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ACTIVATING DRIVERS " SEAT HEATER" SWITCH BLOWS FUSE

I have a 2008 Veracruz Limited . Activating the drivers heated leather seat switch , results in the fuse blowing . Also when that occurs the cruise control RESUME function quits working .If there is a short in the heater pad--should I expect a replacement seat or can the pad be replaced and the leather reinstalled good as new ? The vehicle has 5000 miles on it .Thanks, Larry

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    Thank you for your reply . I have made an appointment with the dealer .

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This would Definately be a Short And, Yes you Can just replace the Pad. Could just be that the Wiring is in a Bind and needs to be Moved around. Seeing that it only has 5000 K on it, It should still be Under the Factory Warranty and they should repair this Free of Charge.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 04, 2009

    No Problem! Happy to Help!

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