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03 Bonneville issues.

I need to know where the thermostat on my bonneville is located. I do not want to buy a Haynes repair manual. I also have a problem with my driver heated seat. It clicks on then right back off. the passenger heated seat works but not the driver. any idea on how to fix this??

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Stat is located on drovers side right beside cross over exhaust pipe. and if you remove your leather of the seat cussion you will find a melted spot resoilder and tap up should work.

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