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    Seat Heaters on 2014 GMC Sierra quit working?

    Both seats quit working but the lights on the dash still work properly. Any ideas?

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  3. Member Bass AHolic's Avatar
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    #2
    check the fuse & connectors .. sometimes when ya shove stuff under a seat, if not clicked the connector can come apart, rare but shit does happen ?

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    #3
    Fuses/ warranty.

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    Yea, Are they heated and cooled seat? If heat only, you need the heaters that go under the covers. If cooled+heated , you need TEDs.(the blowers). Trust me, I replace they every week.

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    Chevypro1, They are heated and cooled. Is this usually a warranty item? Is this a part that would normally be kept in stock at the dealership? Thamks for the responses guys.

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    Team Stratos, PM me the last 8 #'s of your VIN and I will check.

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    #7
    I was looking at my 2 year old SUV, and I figured on the vehicle must have 100 fuses and untold electronic modules and dozens of relays.

    Read on your owners' manual to see if it's clear which fuses go to the seat and see if it's good. You can swap another fuse with it to check it out.

    I have one vehicle with heated seats that's got a relay in it--not simple to diagnosis.