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Seat Heaters in 2004 Yukon turn off after a few minutes

The seat heater in the drivers seat has started to turn off after only being on for a few minutes. I was messing with it this morning and it started to turn off as soon as I would press the button....after I turned the car off and back on it stayed on longer but still went off on its own....any ideas??

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Check your personal settings. my brothers did the same until he reset the personal settings

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Check Fuses, also could be a problem with BCM ( Body control module)

Posted on Apr 03, 2010

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