1. Are you saying that when the temp is above freezing the seat heaters work and stay on?Fart said:1. Below zero (celcius) is below 37 on farenheit. But thats not a part of the problem.
2. The seat heaters had the same problem when I got the car (but I didnt mind then).
3. Problem persists on both seats.
4. Problem describes it self with the light on the button coming on for 1-2secons, then turning of.
5. no fuse blowing noises, and when I turn them back on, the same thing happens.
6. It does not stay on long enough for the seat to get hot.
7. It does not matter if I turn on the seat heater and switch to medium or low setting.
2. Has it ever worked and stayed on?
3. Both seats are on the same fuse circuit #32. Have you tried to change or remove/reinsert the fuse?
4. It still sounds like a fuse to me... When my fuse #32 was blown, both seat heater lights would come on in any of the 3 levels, then turn off after about a minute. Why don't you pull fuse #32 and see if the symptoms change.
5. Sure, if the fuse is already blown, it won't blow again.
6. See #5
7. See #4
I don't mean to be coming across harshly but you've got to start attacking this problem logically.
1. Start at the fuse, replace/remove/re-insert.
2. If the fuse is OK, then disconnect one of the seats and try again. This should narrow it down if there is a specific seat at fault. Alternate to the other seat if there is no change.
3. If disconnecting the seats don't help, there must be an issue between the seats and the fuse, not sure what else is between there since I don't have the schematics.