Post by MONEYMARK23 on Mar 28, 2005 23:43:43 GMT -6
I read an old thread about this and someone mentioned fuses for the heated seats in the back. Can anyone tell me where they are because my driver side heated seat doesn't work, but there is like a pattern on the seat that looks like a heat coil or something may have burned out once upon a time. Any help is better than nothing.
The fuses for the heated seats are both in the rear fuse box under the rear seat. Fuse # 16 is for the driver's seat. # 31 is for the passenger's seat. To remove the rear seat cushion, stand outside the car and pull up hard under a front corner of the seat. Also see a thread that I started in the "2nd generation 2001+ Aurora mechanical maintenance for 3.5 V-6" board entitled "I GOT THE REAR SEAT OUT!!!"
Oh, I'm a pro at getting the rear seat out. I do that almost every week to get at my amps. Thanks for the info!!!
Not to change the topic (although I'm about to change the topic)... you have your amps installed under your rear seat? So you have the exclusive heated REAR seats also! Seriously tho, how do you keep them cool under there? I'd like to see some install photos if you want to start a new thread in "Audio" or "Your Aurora".
Post by MONEYMARK23 on Mar 30, 2005 9:55:20 GMT -6
NO NO NO. I take the seat out to get to my amps. They are in the trunk but rather than going through the trunk and hanging upside down I just take off the rear seat so I can sit down and relax while I'm playing with the goodies! I know I'm probably gonna hear it from everyone in this club but I took my rear seat out last summer and used a sawzall to remove the metal frame behind the rear seat. The speaker box I use for my stereo contests is huge and would not fit through the trunk opening. So the only other option was to put it in through the interior. It worked its just a bit** getting the box in and out! As of right now the box isn't in the trunk so I can't take a pic and show you but this years contests are right around the corner so I'll have it in there soon.