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I have an 01' acura cl s. the seat heaters in both seats are not working. check fuse and everything seems to be good. do I need to rip into the whole front seats to fix this problems? Are there fuses within the seats itself that I am not seeing in plain site? let me know.

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The most likely cause of your problem is the heater elements in your seats. They usually fail after a number of years due to the high heat and flexing of people getting in and out of the seats.

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