Seats heating but no controls!

Asked by Sep 30, 2007 at 03:44 AM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have just had this car for about 36 hours, and when driving tonight in the cold and rain I of course , had the heat on.
After a while it felt as if the drivers seat was hot.
However, there are no controls for heated seats!!
Is this possible?
I'll be taking it to a Chrysler dealer next week if it happens again.
Haven't had a passenger yet, so don't know if it's happening on that seat too.
Thanks.

2 Answers

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Talk to the dealership and make sure you do not have the heated seats, and accidentally have them on.

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The switch for the seats is kind of hidden on the left hand side of the driver seat. Your owners manual should be able to give you more info

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