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Heated seats do not work

1998 GMC Suburban, my driver heated seat does not work. I replaced the fuse under the hood and checked wiring under the seat. All other seat functions work.

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  • chorz420 Feb 05, 2009

    possible.....Thats my next place to look, nothing that sticks out but have to get under there.

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Is there a chance there might be a fuse under the seat

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