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2004 thunderbird passenger heated seat not getting very hot

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SOURCE: heated driver seat doesn't heat on 2003 ford explorer

this is a common problem if you use the seat heater alot.one or both of the seat heater elements will have burned up or broken.where i live it is very cold most of the time and i have replaced hundreds of the seat heater elements.it is rare for it not to be one or both of the elements.

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I have a similar problem with a couple extras. I locked the keys in the truck and used my keyless entry pad on the door to unlock. When the lock (knob) popped up, I heard a noise. That's when the driver seat quit heating AND the lock button on the driver's side door will only unlock. It will not lock. The passenger side works fine. Could this be a fuse? Or electric?
Thank you!!

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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