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This happens on both sides (DS & PS). I was hoping you'd know the fix. And now, they are back to the not-working mode. Just unplugging stuff and hoping for the best isn't going to really fix anything. http://camtronics.net/heated-seat/2003-yukon-xl-heated-seats-not-working.html

Kinda late though. There are no active components on that board that I could see. To give you an idea, the rate at the dealership where i work is 74/hr. I know sometimes the naming convention they use does not clearly ID what it is actually for.

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The time now is 7:54 AM. please e-mail me @ stevenkiger (at) charter.net Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to StevenK Find all posts by StevenK CF Beginner Join Date: Dec 2012 Posts: 10 When measuring the resistance of the seat heater elements, ensure the values are within the updated range of 1.5-5.5 ohms.

I found the bottom at gmpartsdirect.com, so is it also safe to assume the back is also fried? I read in the manual last night that there is a button you can press to turn the heated seats on and they will stay on only until the seat reaches All Rights Reserved. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Document ID# 1864985 2004 Chevrolet Chevy C Silverado - 2WD Joe1129uscg Nov 20 2010, 03:57 PM QUOTE (sclarke83 @ Nov 19 2010, 09:44 AM) I would assume that 2005 Silverado Heated Seat Fuse Oh well, summer project Feb 25, 2010 at 9:39 AM #7 TIM Z DMAX Power Posts: 346 Likes Received: 0 Joined: Oct 20, 2009 Location: Navarre Ohio Name: Tim Nice

Offline Canadian Cowboy View Public Profile Find More Posts by Canadian Cowboy 11-01-2011, 02:02 PM #3 (permalink) Wardster Diesel Apprentice Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Kingston, Ohio Fuse For Heated Seats Chevy Silverado Is this an easy fix? 0 · Share on Facebook concernedone Posts: 4 April 2014 the heated seats on my 03 Yukon xl started going off almost immediately when the problem If you can fix it yourself, it is cheaper by far than the stealership.The "stealership" will want to charge you 2.5 hours labor per seat(+parts). http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/57495-heated-seats-wont-stay-on/ The drives bottom is burned bad.

Forgot your Password? Silverado Heated Seats Won't Stay On MattHumanPizza 245.114 görüntüleme 8:31 cleanout of the 2001 gmc truck heater core - Süre: 39:43. I've never used this site before(or any forum site for that matter). erikcd Dec 28 2010, 09:42 PM Awesome!

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I used CRC Electrical cleaner, but I would suspect any denatured alcohol will work just fine. Im stumped. Silverado Heated Seats Turn On By Themselves That's what confused me. 2004 Chevy Silverado Heated Seat Problem See your GM dealer for information on whether your vehicle may benefit from the information.WE SUPPORT VOLUNTARY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION Copyright General Motors Corporation.

so they took the leather off to find both the back and the front elements had been completely burnt. weblink Anyone that has experienced this problem and found a solution, would you please let me know what the fix is? Press the button a second time, 2 light bars will glow indicating the MEDIUM temperature setting for ONLY the seat back. 9. Heated seats are a nice plus--especially with leather. 2005 Gmc Sierra Heated Seat Problems

The switch has a TSB indicating improper switch replacement due to user error - not sure what that means except your not holding your finger correctly... Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Add this post to your Facebook Profile Add this post to MySpace Stumble this Post! Support us! navigate here Google Bookmark this Post!

D/S normally wears faster than P/S. 2005 Chevy Silverado Heated Seats Not Working Now I tried again in the cool weather and it will not stay on, at the same time the passenger side turns off immediately also. My first thought was to check the fuses, but I could not find a heated seat fuse.

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Thanks. 0 · Share on Facebook rose56 Posts: 3 December 2011 Iam about to purchase a used 2011 yukon xl denali. She has complained about that since we bought this vehicle... Budget 30 minutes. 05 Silverado Heated Seat Problems There is no true temp sensor, so the elements switch on until it reaches a preset limit.

There will be DTCs B2435, B2440, B3606 and/or B1825 set in the Drivers Seat Module. Also, on some LB7 diesel engine vehicles, the seat heater may turn itself off during the first 10 minutes of operation. Konuşma metni Etkileşimli konuşma metni yüklenemedi. http://camtronics.net/heated-seat/2004-gmc-yukon-heated-seats-not-working.html you may be able to open up the switch and clean it up and inspect for any loose or weak parts i.e spring or may discover a broken clip or something

Be careful because the 2 wired that connect to the element are at the back of the cushion nearest to the center console. So I decided to try just getting the lower. I would avoid using too many cleaners on the switches as there is some lubricant inside to help the switches function... It is actually being looked at tomorrow along with having an O-ring and the oil pump replaced due to it knocking after I start it up, then the knock goes away,

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Rostra 110.234 görüntüleme 9:26 How to replace the Heating seats module - Süre: 8:49. There are two circuit boards underneath/connected to the switch, I'm assuming there is some part of those circuit boards that collects dust or makes them more apt to be effected by