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Re: heated seats don't work
Check your owner manual for location of fuses and relays. Fuses control low current through the switches and relays control the high current flow to the seat elements. I suspect the fuses are ok, but you might have a bad relay. Relays can be in the fuse panel in the car or under the hood in a relay box.
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There are a number of possibilities. 1. If the compressor has a clutch, do you hear it engaging and disengaging? 2. The valve controlling the hot water going to the heater which mixes warm air with the cold air from the evaporator, is not working properly so it si not maintaining proper temperature. 3. THe temperature sensor that senses air temp at the intake to the AC in the cabin is defective. 4. THis is too comlicated to fix yourself, so you need to take it to an AC expert who knows this particular model.
I would think the door you hear flapping is the door that controls the airflow across the heater coil - and the fan keeps blowing the door closed, preventing the airflow from going across the heating coil. I don't know whether this vehicle is vacum controlled or cable controlled - so either it's a disconnected cable, or a leaking vacum line.