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      11-24-2012, 03:06 PM   #1
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fuse box question

my driver side heated seat doesnt work. when i press the button it lights up but turns right off. i went to check the fuses but there wasnt any in the heated seat spots. am i missing fuses?
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      11-26-2012, 06:14 PM   #4
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Yeah, probably. The manual or little folding sheet behind the glove box will tell you what current rating you'll need to put in there. Get some replacements of the proper size, put them in, and see what you get. Worst case, you're out $1. But yes, you probably are missing fuses for some reason.

Better question: have they ever worked under your ownership? It sounds like you just got the car or otherwise have never used the seats before.
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Yeah, probably. The manual or little folding sheet behind the glove box will tell you what current rating you'll need to put in there. Get some replacements of the proper size, put them in, and see what you get. Worst case, you're out $1. But yes, you probably are missing fuses for some reason.

Better question: have they ever worked under your ownership? It sounds like you just got the car or otherwise have never used the seats before.
i had the car for 2 years. it worked the 1st year and in the last year just never got a chance to check out why it wasnt working
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Sounds silly unless someone else had access to your car and tried to fix the problem but never made it all the way through.
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      11-27-2012, 02:08 PM   #7
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FYI maybe this will help

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...QNFyu70IsyKRlg

You can also google a fuse list for the e90 but you should have one
behind the fuse box.
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