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Username Post: 2005 Suburban heated seat        (Topic#348283)
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Age: 46
Loc: SC
Reg: 11-19-17
11-19-17 02:08 PM - Post#2714955    

The driver's side seat heater turns off right after I turn it on & will also turn the passenger seat heater off. I have checked all fuses & believe it is actually a relay because there is a clicking in the inside fuse box when I try to turn it on. Unfortunately, I cannot find the relay in neither fuse box. HELP!!! Where is the relay for the heated seats??
I recently had the radiator replaced if that matters/helps..


Posts: 326
Loc: North Carolina
Reg: 01-10-05
11-19-17 04:14 PM - Post#2714970    
    In response to QueenB1019

It's likely the heating "pad" in the seat (drivers) that is almost completely "shorted" out, so doesn't take long after switch on for it to trip. It seems to happen to all of them over these year models & the burned out area is usually evident once uncovered -- only fix is to replace. Mc

McLeod -- 1999 Tahoe LT, '03 2500HD Ext. Cab.

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