porsche 911 seat heater repair cost


Asked by sttmad Apr 11, 2013 at 12:36 PM about the 2002 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

anyone had this repair done? what it run you?

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Ran me around 1500 bucks.

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Ouch, Tim. Geez. but to OP do you know what is wrong? just quit? ckeck fuse and relay?

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Original Poster..sorry, sttmad


Dang 1500? What did they replace? The switch has a small light that briefly turns red once the you let go. The other one stays lit. Not sure of the problem.


You can get replacement elements and universal kits on eBay for under $100 a seat. I added a pair to my car and my butt is as warm as any Porsche owners. I may not have automatic temperature control but for $1400, I can flip a switch when it gets too warm.

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