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I have heated seats in my '04 suburban, the driver seat will start heating up on its own. It will go from hi to lo and everything in between.

I would like to just disconnect the seat until another time. How can this be done?

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  • stewart leasure Nov 06, 2012

    I noticed three major electrical connections under the seat, which one should I disconnect?

  • Jamie Alton
    Jamie Alton Nov 06, 2012

    Then I take it your seat has electrical adjustment, an airbag and seat warmers. Any yellow wire will be the airbag wire, so don't touch that. Then disconnect any of the remaining two. If your seat adjustment stops working, then reconnect and disconnect the last remaining wires.

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You should have an electrical connection, under the seat itself which can be disconnected. Be careful to stay away from any side airbag wiring.

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