Question about 2010 Volkswagen Routan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VW Cabrio 2002 heated seats
If the fuse isn't blown, it may be a broken heating element or a disconnected harness. Look under the seat and take a look at the wire harnesses - are they all plugged in? Jiggle or push on them a bit (do NOT do this to any yellow connectors under there though - yellow connectors are for airbags and the static electricity in your body can blow them). If they're all OK, and that doesn't work, and no wires are broken in the connectors, you may have a damaged heater. Has anyone ever knelt on the seat to reach across and get something? That kind of excess pressure can easily damage the heating element.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
It should be under warrantee
Why would you replace anything if
it was covered?
Posted on Nov 25, 2012
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