MAH said:I am not sure about what may be the issue with your seat heaters, but with an M5 name of "fart" and the issue being seat heaters, I couldn't help but laugh a little.
Is there really a tie in here? :1: . I just couldn't help myself.
Ah yes, another BMW hidden feature that was not listed in the manual! Very good observation.warhaven said:Indeed :wroom:
I was thinking the exact same thing. Perhaps it was another legendary BMW safety device... You know to prevent an "explosive" situation.
Fart,Fart said:hehe.... buch of commedians.. :1:
But seriously.. none of you guys have this problem with the seat heaters.
-OT- .. long story about the nick, but basically I started using Fart when I was playing Counterstrike in a clan, and the clan was called [evil], so it was [evil]Fart.
I just thougt it sounded funny.
Sounds more like a circuit breaker situation as it turns on for a second. If it was a blown fuse, you should get zero response. Though I suspect my comment doesn't help you get any closer to a solution . . . Kevinjjc1843 said:Check fuses.....
Fart said:My fellow M5 drivers.
With the temps now well below zero, I wanted to use the seat heaters, but they wont stay on for more than a second.
What is wrong?
I WAS JOKING!... (You see, in most of California it doesn't freeze...)Fart said:Let me elaboreate..
1. Below zero (celcius) is below 37 on farenheit. But thats not a part of the problem.