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Old 02-28-2010, 01:18 AM   #1
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first off i got stuck in the snow the other day and couldnt get out.. first time my bonnie has gotten stuck with out gettin back out haha... well today i was driving it and was driving normal not beating on it and i went to accelerate and i did it slowly and the car jerked a couple times real hard as i accelerated and its only when i try accelerating slowly after ive been driving at around 50-55 cause i did it again to see if it would do it... what could this mean?

the heated seat in my car stopped working if you push the button it turns on clicks and shuts right back off... i tried to view the fix it yourself thing left on another thread about the heated seats on here but it wouldnt let me view it.. and i checked the fuses and i dont think its the switches cause the light will come on but go right back off
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Scan the computer for codes and report back.
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I would start by checking the trans mounts. Sounds like one might be bad.

Check the heated seat relay. Not sure where that is on your year.
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The 2000+ no longer use a relay. They have a module (probably has a relay built in...but)

The most common issue is the heating element.
Here'* a Tech article on how to fix it.
https://www.gmforum.com/showthread.p...ht=heated+seat
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My heated seat had a broken wire and a bad module.
see pictures and story:
https://www.gmforum.com/bonneville-gxp-northstar-powered-cars-107/another-seat-heater-module-story-281121/
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