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My heated seats are not working. Lights on but not working. Is there a fuse?

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The light should be on the same circuit as the heating coils, so the problem should not be a fuse. Bear in mind that GM heated seats work on an inline thermostatically controlled switch which will not close if the ambient temperature in the vehicle is too high. In any case, if only one seat is acting up, a common problem with these seats is a broken wire in the heating coil. Unfortunately, the only way to diagnose the problem will be to remove the seat and test the wiring underneath.

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