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DOES THE PASSENGER SEAT BACK HEAT UP IN AN A 2005 TSX?

THE BOTTOM PART OF THE PASSENGER SEAT HEATS UP BUT NOT THE BACK.

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Hi,welcome to fix ya.
the passenger seat back dosn't have a heater . due to the sensor for the air bag system the heater would block the signal for the pasenger seat. So no acura models have a passenger seat back heater.

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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