How to fix the seat warmer in a Chrysler 300m 1999


Asked by Jan 26, 2013 at 04:10 PM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

Assuming the fuse is OK, the heating elements will burn out in older cars, especially if they have been used a lot, and the weight of sitting in the seat for 14 years does not help the situation. Looks like you are going to have to find replacement seats, from another car, junkyard.... I looked and could not find any replacement heat elements.


There's plenty of universal kits and elements on eBay.


also it can just be the switches :) it's cheaper then the whole seat in a junkyard


also all parts from chrysler 300M's 1998-2004 (yes there are very few 1998s) are interchangable along with some concords, LHS, and intrepeds

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Lana, I myself have tried that on both seats and no heat. Checked fuses and all are good. Ive been working on cars since I was 14 and I'm 33 now so if all you had to replace was the switches, then you got lucky there. May need to replace seats but i have other issues to get fixed first.

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