Question about 2003 GMC Sierra 1500
2006 tahoe with heated seats. when the drivers seat is left on and the ignition is turned off, the fuse will blow. If you turn off the seat prior to turning off the ignition the fuse does not blow.
The heating element in the seat may be failing, even thogh it heats the seat, the element could be causing the circut to spike upon power shut down. Relay takes mili-second to shut down after ignition kill and power feed comes direct from battery. Check amp. draw at switch of bad seat and good seat upon shut down. If bad seat higher that 5 amp difference element n/g. Also check for bad relay as they can short internal and cause problems if primary power cut before switch shut down.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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