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Had the same problem. Bought a new switch online for about $20. Remove the trim piece around the shift knob and then you can easily disconnect the switch and replace it. To remove the trim piece, start from the top and work your way towards the back of the car. There are three clips that hold it in place on each side and it will just pop off easily.

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MORE THAN LIKELY THE HEATING ELEMENT HAS MALFUNTIONED. ITS A PRETTY COMMON PROBLEM IN HEATED SEATS

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I have changed the lamps in a couple of the lock/unlock switch in the doors, the rocker does not come off without breaking,that said on some makes (Honda use more than one) you can unclip the back of the switch and there are 3 liliput bulbs soldered on the small circuit board, somewhere like Radio Shack sell them.

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I also neeed to change the middle light in the heated seats switch for the passenger side switch.I understand there are 3 light bulbs in this switch Offhigh heat and low heat ,my off light is burnt out


I have changed the lamps in a couple of the lock/unlock switch in the doors, the rocker does not come off without breaking,that said on some makes (Honda use more than one) you can unclip the back of the switch and there are 3 liliput bulbs soldered on the small circuit board, somewhere like Radio Shack sell them.

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Had the same problem. Bought a new switch online for about $20. Remove the trim piece around the shift knob and then you can easily disconnect the switch and replace it. To remove the trim piece, start from the top and work your way towards the back of the car. There are three clips that hold it in place on each side and it will just pop off easily.

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