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I have an 07 Durango LTD and the front heated seats stopped working today. The rear heated seats still work. There is a fuse for the rear seats, but no mention anywhere about the front. I checked the service manual which said, if malfunctions, the seats should be serviced by a qualified technician. Anyone have any experience with this problem? Thanks. :IDEA:
 

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Sorry no clue.. all I know is my pass heated seat heats up 4 times faster than the drivers.. the drivers also doesn't seem to start warming up til I'm sitting in it.
 

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Thanks Gold, thats pretty funny. I like that.
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Took the Durango to the dealer today and they fixed my heated front seats. All they did is reset the module. Now they are working fine. I have no idea where the module is, but its working. No charge at all, under basic warranty. Yeah! :cheerl:
 

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Glad to hear you got it fixed for free. With the air bag sensors in there, I personally wouldn't mess around with a DIY fix.
 

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That's cool... let us know if you figure out where the module is. Since mine will soon be out of warranty, if that happens to me I would like to at least start by reseating the module myself.
 

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i want heated seats.. :( and a HEATED STEERING WHEEL!!!! that thing gets COLDER than COLD!!!!
 

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Same issue

I also have 2004 Dodge Durango SLT 5.7L hemi and am researching what I need to do for heated seats. Anyone know if the seats may already have the elements installed and all I need to do is install a controller module and switches? Not sure what to look for under the seats.
 

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Wouldn't it be easier to buy a seat cover that heats up for you? I have no idea where you'd get the schematics that show what wiring you need for that.
 

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yeah, buy a heated seat cover... then you get heat on your back as well.. with my D anyhow all I get is toasty butt.. which is better than frozen butt..
 

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My 2005 does the same thing, drivers seat slower to warm up than the passenger seat


I think, they don`t want the driver fall to sleep before the passenger............
 

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My heated seats work just fine, except I think that they get a little too hot on the high setting. The manual says that it will only stay on high for 2 hours. Holy crap, if I left mine on high for 2 hours it would smell like bacon frying! I will have to look in the service manual and see if there is info on this module.

I have in the past looked up, on line, for after market seat heaters. There are a few of them out there and everyone of them that I looked at had customer support to instruct you how to connect them to your specific vehicle.
 

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My driver's side heats up quicker as well. It must be by design if it's happening to all of us.
 
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