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Electric seats and heater do not work on both drv / and Passenger seats

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Sounds like you a have a blown fuse/ckt breaker

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zeevert_12.jpg But, that didn't fix my problem. I also had a bad module. The control module is the same for both seats, so I was able to switch the modules and get my driver seat heater working. Here's a picture of the module. The module cost at the dealer is about $80-100(?)

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