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Old 04-26-2005, 09:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought me a 1998 BMW 750IL it has some problems which i consider minor I'm trying to fix the heated steering wheel problem, if anybody can help I would really appreciated.
The heated steering wheel does not work, when I push the button located on the steering wheel, it stays on for like 5 seconds and it shuts off. and nothing happens, I checks fuses and they are ok.
Also the rear heated seats does the same the light comes on for few seconds and then it shut off. Checks fuses and they are ok.
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Old 04-27-2005, 06:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Heated steering wheel and seats... Dayum, I wish I could have those since I am cold blooded....... heated pedals and shifter too..
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I know the heated wheel has a "protection circuit" built into the wheel. It is a little encapsulated circuit board right on the wheel that the 2 pin power connector connects through. I would presume the seats may have something similar but without a top secret, highly classified, top levels of government only, BMW wiring diagram cannot say for sure. Sounds like you have issues in each heater circuit.
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