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Q: How do I make the seat heaters work?

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How do I make the seat heaters work?

Stay warm on cold days with the heated front seats in the car.

  1. Locate the roller wheel switch for the seat heaters in front of the gear shift.

  2. Roll the wheel forward for either the driver’s seat or front passenger to on. An indicator light will turn on.

  3. Turn the roller wheel forward to increase the warmth of the seat or move it backward to cool it down.

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