heated seat not working

Asked by Feb 26, 2011 at 08:50 AM about the Volkswagen Cabrio

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

85

my seats are not working either let me know if you find out a answer

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you will have to check with a 12 volt check light if there is power going to the seat when you turn on the seat heater switch on, if there is no power check your manual for location of heated seat fuse and see if the fuse is good, if fuse is good and still no power to seat then its most likely the switch that is no good. If the fuse is blown, replace fuse and try again, if the fuse continues to blow again then you have a shorted wire somewhere and that will take some time to find it, if your not good electrically I recommend seeking a mechanic to fix it.

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thank you so much very good information:)

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