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WHICH FUSE IS BAD IN 2004 SEBRING CONV HEATED SEATS. HEATER NOT WORKING.

DOESN'T HEAT UP FOR EITHER SEAT. ALL FUSES LOOK GOOD. WHICH IS FOR SEAT HEATER?

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Perhaps it is not the fuse, but you can try looking in the owners manual, If you have lost the owners manual, try going to Chrysler parts or 'MOPAR" online and looking at the manual there... good luck.

Posted on Dec 20, 2014

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