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Heated seat not working, driver side only.

Drivers side heated seat turns off after 30 sec. 05 Lincoln LS

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  • spk5917512 Feb 08, 2009

    It's not the fuses, the passenger side works fine. Could it be a fan inside the firewall?

  • spunky1173 Apr 29, 2009

    Heated and cooling on driver's side works but not as powerful as passenger side.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    The driver seat does not heat or cool

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    dosent work

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Take a look at the fuses

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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Driver and passenger heated seats inoperative or shut off in 30 seconds. There will be DTCs B2435, B2440, B3606 and/or B1825 set in the Drivers Seat Module. The adjustable pedal position sensor, seat recliner position sensor and both heat seat thermistors share the same 5 volt reference internal to the Drivers Seat Module. A fault in any of these components/circuits can make the heated seats inoperative or shut off in 30 seconds, as well as, the seat recliner and/or adjustment pedals may move in short increments when operated. A fault in heated seats, adjustable pedal or seat recliner will affect BOTH heated seats.
Note:: Even if the vehicle is not equipped with adjustable pedals DTC B3606 still may set.


To help isolate the area of concern use the Tech 2 or a comparable scanner and go to "Sensor Data" in the Drivers Seat Module. Monitor the following parameters for being out of range:
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If a parameter is found to be out of range inspect circuits for any opens, shorts to ground, or voltage. If none found replace the suspect component.

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  2. The seat recliner position sensor internally shorted pulling the 5 volt reference low. Disconnect the recliner position sensor and see if heated seats start working correctly, if so replace.
  3. An open in either heated seat thermistor circuits (signal or low reference). The most common is the passenger thermistor where it passes through seat connector C305 pin "L" or "K" or C399 pins "R" or "G".
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