Question about 2004 Nissan Quest
If its both seats, than i would check for power and ground, but if one is working and the other is not, than your heating element inside of the seat may be broken.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look in the fuse box on the driver's side of the vehicle on the outboard side of the dash under the triangular cover which snaps off and on. This panel is not visible when the door is closed. If you have your owner's manual, look on page 5-104. This is where the fuses and relay/circuit breaker descriptions, layout, and specifications begin. This section runs to page 5-111.
You are going to check fuse number IGN3, a red plastic, stab-in miniature 10Amp fuse. It has an "S"-shaped element visible through the side of the fuse body. If the element is broken or burned, replace this fuse. DO NOT use a replacement fuse of ANY other rating; use an identical 10Amp fuse ONLY.
You are also going to look for the "Center Instrument Panel Fuse Block," located under the instrument panel, to the left of the steering column. You are going to check the device labeled "30A CB Seat." This is driver and passenger seat module circuit breaker. This circuit breaker is an automatic resetting device, replacement is necessary only if there is no other problem, and it will not reset.
If only the driver seat is affect, the problem is not the CB Seat; check the wire harness and connector under the seat. There is almost no clearance under the seat, and it may needs be removed to check this. There are four 14mm or 15mm bolts, one at each outboard corner of the seat, the front ones under snap-on plastic covers, which anchor the seat to the vehicle. These bolts are installed with an anti-seize anchoring compound which make them difficult to remove, but aside from elbow grease, there is no other trick to removing them.
Good luck, and if I have helped you, please remember to comment/vote.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
That is the power distribution center, the fuse box is under the dash to the left of the steering column under a cover, they are marked, the plastic cover will have FUSES molded into it.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
yes maybe a fuse, also look under the seat and ensure the wire is connected they sometimes get caught when moving the seat back and forward and split against the metal seat base.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Could be a broken wire on the bottom of the seats, the wires become hard over the years and the movement of the seat moving back and forth can cause the breakage.
It could also be the thermostats that are fitted into the base of the seats.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: FRONT HEATED SEATS
you need to check the resistance in each of the heated seat elements in the seat. There's a two wire connector under the back of each front seat. The connector should be green. disconnect it and measure the resistance along the circuit going into the seat. if it isnt .1 - .3 ohms, replace the appropriate heated seat element
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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