Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
The heated seat switches are both mounted in the instrument panel. The two switches are part of the lower instrument panel switch pod assembly. If either of the switches is damaged or inoperative the complete switch pod assembly must be replaced.
Each heated seat switch provides a resistor-multiplexed signal to the Cab Compartment Node (CCN). Amber Light Emitting Diodes (LEDS) in the top portion of each switch indicate the level of heat in use: Two LEDs are illuminated for high, one for low, and none for off. Pressing the switch once will select high-level heating. Pressing the switch a second time will select low-level heating. Pressing the switch a third time will shut the heating elements off.
The LED indicator lamps in each heated seat switch cannot be repaired. If the LED lamps are inoperative or damaged, or the switch is inoperative or damaged the complete switch pod assembly must be replaced.
Rmoval of the front instrument panel as well as the shift plate bezel will be required. This is NOT an easy job, and to be perfectly honest, I would ignore the LED light(s) that are out, or at least wait until more LED's burnout before attemping this very time consuming procedure.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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