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Old 10-29-2009, 11:21 AM   #1
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Have a 2000 Bonn;SSEi and the drivers side heated seat not working,just wondering if you remove the seat do you have to deactivate the airbag first,your if you disconnect all the plugs going to the seat will deactivate it.
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There is a fuse in the fuse box under the rear seat you have to pull. Underneath the driver'* seat you will see a yellow hard shell connector with a safety tab (small piece of plastic on a tether). Pull the safety tab, which allows you to release the connector. This deactivates the driver'* seat airbag.
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Thank'* for moving my thread and the quick reply,love this site it is awesome!!!!!!!!Will remove seat and see what I can find.
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Please take pictures and post them. We get a lot of questions on repairing seat heaters. Let us know if you run into problems.
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I took some pictures of my seat and heater... look at https://www.gmforum.com/t281121/
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