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Old 11-03-2007, 08:42 PM   #11
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Man O Man that car has come a long ways

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Nice! I reaaaly gotta see this thing in person.
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*drives to MN to steal your steering wheel*

sooo you got them hooked up and working???

how do they feel?
As I mentioned to you on MSN, the drivers side work great, warmed my butt right up!

The passenger side did not work initially, but after a call with Darcy, we figured out that the rear fuse block does not have a fuse terminal for the passenger side heater, but does for the driver side, go figure.

Darcy is sending me some small terminals so I can add the fuse to the fuse block, and then I'm set!

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you can say that again.

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As I mentioned to you on MSN, the drivers side work great, warmed my butt right up!

The passenger side did not work initially, but after a call with Darcy, we figured out that the rear fuse block does not have a fuse terminal for the passenger side heater, but does for the driver side, go figure.

Darcy is sending me some small terminals so I can add the fuse to the fuse block, and then I'm set!
Hmmmm....maybe that'* why only drivers seat heater works and not my passenger seat.
How did you get the passenger seat to work Please explain the fuse block issue.
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Old 11-03-2007, 09:27 PM   #15
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in the rear fuse block there is fuse for the drivers side heated seat and the passenger heated seat

In the fuse block there are some places that have fuses provisioned for them, even if the car dosent have the options, For instance XM Radio, 12 disc changer, heated seats

in Andrews case the terminal and fuse location was present for the Drivers side heated seat, now on the passenger side the fuse location is there but the terminal to connect is not there

Paul you need to check your rear fuse block to be sure what you actually have
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False hope. I just checked and there are two separate fuses #16 for the drivers side seat and #31 for the passenger side. Both fuses are good, so it must be the elements. :(
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False hope. I just checked and there are two separate fuses #16 for the drivers side seat and #31 for the passenger side. Both fuses are good, so it must be the elements. :(
This is the most likely culprit. There is a chance the heated seat control module may be bad, but the elements would be my first guess as these fail more frequently. There are troubleshooting techniques which can confirm this. I haven't looked specifically at AllData, but my guess is you'll find them there. I know they are in the GM documents.
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*drives to MN to steal your steering wheel*
1993SLE in the head and drives off with haro'* ride. sorry dude, nothing personal
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Why the steering wheel love? No one else notices how awesome the interior is? Man, that is beautiful! I just can't say enough to explain just how amazed I am. I had seen the interior of some Bonnevilles, but yours is just fantastic.

I'm complementing your pics a lot recently. I should stop going to college and work on my car some more!
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