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>Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 08:47:49 -0800
>From: Scott Philiben <scottp@preciseflight.com>
>Subject: Seat Heaters
>Ok.  91 200q
>So I checked resistance in both driver heat elements and NO open circuit =
>- - I checked the temp sensor and again I got a resistance value.  About  =
>8k or so.
>I then swapped , well I think I swapped the two relay units as both were =
>lying on the carpet.  Tested out this morning and the passenger side =
>seat warms up and mine (driver ) does not.  I'm swapping switches next.
>Also the rear seats don't heat at all - but I haven't investigated

With rear seat heaters--make sure you test not only by sitting in them, but
do it at for _at least_ a few minutes (try about 4 minutes if the car has
been well-chilled). I also didn't think the rear heaters were working, but
it turned out I wasn't waiting long enough.


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