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Q: Gas gauge and seat heaters not working properly on 2005 Chevrolet Venture

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The gas gauge goes to max or greater and when the fuse is pulled and reinserted it is ok for some time.
Both front seat heaters do not work. The fuses are ok and have even been replaced. The lights on the switches are lighted when switch is turned on.
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Your gas gauge problem needs to be checked by a GM or auto electric specialist. To check the seat heaters you need to trace power and ground to the point of the failure. The heaters may be faulty too, check the resistance on them..
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Thanks for your reply Superbob, I was hoping to find a hidden relay that would need replacing and all would be "OK" again,

Cheers!
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