Question about 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew
I would start with testing the seat elements to make sure they do not have an open in them
Driver's side, unplug the connector to the heated seat element and test with a meter set to ohms .
Yellow w/ light blue stripe wire to violet w/ light blue stripe.
The most common point for the element to be open is on the seat where your thighs are at. Usually close to the center, it will have a small black mark on the seat mat / element backing.
Start with the meter check of the elements to verify. Good element will have a resistance, bad will show an open or infinity on the meter ( display when set to ohms, and holding the probes apart ).
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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