Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
Pull the plug for the heating element for the seat and with it "on" check for 12v; you have full voltage then possble bad element. You have no voltage check the wire and fuse.
Posted on May 19, 2014
Most likely one of the heater elements in either the seat cushion or seat back is open.It leaves the module and goes to the seat back on the YE/LB wire thru the seat back and leaves there on the GY/LB wire and goes to the seat cushion and leaves there on the VT/LB. An open in either one of these will cause it not to work.Usally its the seat cushion one that goes bad.
You can test them with an ohm meter and you can get the heated element seperate. Just have to remove the cover to replace it.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
you must remove brakes, then remove axle nut, then remove upper control arm and finally tie rod stabilizer, remove axle from car then bearing can be accessed. this is a difficult job that requires special tools so be careful
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
check the fuse on the panel, the fuse panel are located in the driver side right by the panel,and check the wires under the seat.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: Heated seat
It is the heatling element, stock elements have a single wire snaked through the element and when the circuit breaks it is done, aftermarket elements have a wired grid that if one area fails it still works, they also spread a more even heat.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: Heated seats not working.
You should start by checking your fuses under the dash. Should be a small panel under the dash or on the side of it. The panel has a legend which shows the position and title of each fuse.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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