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Driver side seat heaters

The driver side heater lights come on at the switch, but the heaters do not work, it is a limited edition. where is the relay for this located?
Thank You, Jim
When you press the heater for the driver's side seat no heat comes on, but it does work for the passenger side.

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This is a common problem, if the lights come on the switch ( which confirms your relay is working) then it is the heater in the seat itself. Dealer only part.
Hope this helps

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