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Old 10-11-2008, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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E60 Seat Heater issue

Seems that the seat heater in my E60 isnt working properly . . . warms my back, but not my ass. I'm kind of hoping it's just a fuse problem, but I'm an idiot and I know it's just wishful thinking.

Any ideas? is it just broken?
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Could be just a loose connection under the seat, check the harness connectors
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In the iDrive, you can regulate how much heat goes to the seat back and how much goes to the seat bottom. I'm sure you knew this, but just in case. There is so much to know about this vehicle that sometimes a reply like this could help.
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Hi.

Old thread, but I have the same problem. What was the solution ?
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