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#1 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 09:08 PM
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heat under passenger seat

I have a brand new X5 4.8 with 3000 miles. I have noticed that there seems to be excessive hear under the passenger seat. Has anyone else noticed this. I have almost every electronic factory option. The same heat is not noticeable under the driver seat. Any thoughts?
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You may have the heater/aircon settings incorrect for the passenger side, or you might be missing/come loose,heat shield underneath.

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