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Old 8th May 2008
Eleven22 Eleven22 is offline
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Default Heated seats.

How hot do theses get? I ask because my seats dont seem to get overwhelming hot, in fact I dont even know if they are even heating up. On my suby My seats can get pretty hot, so comparing these to those there is no competition. My seat heat buttons do light up, but is there something else that controls these? or are they just a mild warm setting?
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Connect a multimeter to the fuse terminals;
activate the switches;
watch the meter;
one can easily tell what works and what does not...
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I know that they're set to stop heating at a certain temp. I can't remember if they limt themselves to 90 degrees or something like that. It's in your owner's manual.

They don't get hot, just warm the leather to reduce driver fatigue, and butt freezing.
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