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This should be around 4ohms also. what could that be?:banghead: 777stickman02-22-2006, 12:46 PMI have a problem were all of a sudden both heated seats stopped working.....would that by a fuse maybe? pikappkaz02-04-2008, 11:37 AMAs for the wiring for the upper element, what I found was that the 4 pin plug (ABCD) is just for the lower element and the thermistor. where to start? 02-05-02 07:00 AM - Post#141497 In response to good.wrench Thanks for your suggestions. Source

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. I found that the top cover/element ohms out as completing the circuit, but I can't get the bottom cover/element to ohm out. Sam Back to top #3 Big_Jersey_Hoe Big_Jersey_Hoe Enthusiast Newbie 16 posts Posted 22 February 2005 - 09:14 AM Hey Sam, I have the OBS.

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Sign in to make your opinion count. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Here is the link I found: http://www.1aauto.com/1A/SeatUpholst...PS00001/288690 Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to robertclemens Visit robertclemens's homepage! It really didn't take any special tools, and it also didn't require a whole lot of muscle.

I could not on mine. I may have to use a more sensitive meter and be more diligent to detect the pulses. That sucks. 2005 Gmc Sierra Heated Seat Problems Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

This is what makes me think my relay could be the problem. DSIAutomotive 12,201 views 9:58 2015 GMC Yukon & Yukon XL SLE: Not for everyone...perfect for some! (Real world review) - Duration: 17:27. The passengers seat works fine though.


Working... 2003 Chevy Silverado Heated Seat Problems at this pint I am going to say the drivers seat heater control module failed. It looks like the other relays that are in your fuse box under the hood. Up next 95-99 Chevy/GMC Tahoe, Suburban, Pickup Driver Bottom Leather Seat Cover Install - Duration: 48:29.

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and drugs.... 92 Bravada 96 Sunfire 00 Impala 05 Stratus 90 Wrangler 77 Cub Lo-boy 87 Intruder VS700 95 Intruder VS1400 EmailReport Phazer Valued Contributor Posts: 3004 Loc: Armpit http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/threads/heated-seats-in-99-suburban.2237/ Box 1005 Winnipeg, MB R3C 2W7 BigBear99Tahoe07-30-2009, 02:05 PMGreat Thread: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HEATED-SEAT-MODULE-GMC-25638146_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp3286Q2em20Q2el 1116QQhashZitem2ea2ddbd3bQQitemZ200300936507QQptZM otorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories GM 25638146 heated seat module Just look up under the seat under the foam and find this: http://i7.ebayimg.com/01/i/001/2c/3f/af76_1.JPG 2004 Chevy Silverado Heated Seat Problem Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Fuse For Heated Seats Chevy Silverado You will have to replace the cushion heat pad.

Looks like a bear to get to. this contact form I have read hundreds of pages regarding this issue and have a good plan of action on this. Bad thing is, there were two types if I remember right. Both rear heated seat modules receive constant power from the Heated Seats Rear fuse located in the Underhood Fuse-Relay Center through CKT 1940 (ORN). 05 Silverado Heated Seat Problems

I could not on mine. Auto Parts Direct To You 175,004 views 31:32 GM/Chevy Loose/Sliding Seat Fix Part 1 - Duration: 32:44. This repair cost $0, and fixed a problem that was around for way too long. http://camtronics.net/heated-seat/1999-jeep-grand-cherokee-heated-seats-not-working.html Troubleshooting steps 1.) Tested the switch for the heater on other seat.

The module is contained within the cushion heat pad pigtail. 2005 Silverado Heated Seat Fuse Since it is incorporated in the OEM seat cover, you will have to cut it out, and transfer it to the foam cushion. Sign in Transcript Statistics 6,904 views 5 Like this video?

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chuck's cris200408-07-2006, 03:26 AMThanks, Chuck's. chuck's01-14-2008, 08:35 PMYes, it would be nice to have the heated seats to work.I investigated my seat problem only to find that I had a module and seat element nonfuntional.Without looking Or forever hunting down just the seat cushion on the internet. Check This Out Rating is available when the video has been rented.

The rest are yellow, black, Lt blue, Lt blue/black and pink/black. Ask Randall C Your Own Question Randall C, ASE Master Tech Category: Chevy Satisfied Customers: 12728 Experience: ASE Master, L1, 32 years, Diagnostic / Electrical Specialist 13677702 Type Your Chevy Question Not sure what that was.... What could this cost me?

The temperature sensors for the seats are located with the seat cushion element. Automotive Network, Inc., Copyright ©2016 Remind me later Review A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company Skip navigation GBSign in Loading... It has 4 wires into the plug. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Today's Posts More...

This jumper connected the two small blue heating element wires that keep my butt warm. You can purchase the relay (OEM for about $100) or I found a generic replacement that many people have used that say it works great for ~$5 The part is here: where to start? (Topic#21432) Allen Senior Member Posts: 209 Loc: southern Indiana Reg: 11-28-01 User InfoSend Private TopicView Profile 02-05-02 05:07 AM - Post#141495 Hi! Loading...

This is where you would need to be creative a bit to avoid just covering up your velcro underneath or your leather cover won't "stick" right. 5) connect all the wiring Incidently, I get volts at B even w/o the belt buckled, if that means anything. cris200408-06-2006, 06:15 PMI have a similar situation on a 98. It really didn't take any special tools, and it also didn't require a whole lot of muscle.