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Radio turns on by itself &haeted seats shut off but work properly

After short ride wife complaining about this coming home from work and i go out to car and everthing was working fine then it hap[pened again checked all fuses and battery is a new optima just got last year might i add its been close to zero degrees these past few times this happened could it be a sensor, short, the battery?the temperature?

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    mr scary i apoilgize you were 100% correct

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It is the Temperature causing this. Cars are going Haywire Everywhere right Now.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Jan 17, 2009

    What is Innapropriate about this Solution? Does not do it when warm Right???? The relays are Freezing in the On Position causing this Problem.

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