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My heater on my drivers seat quit working any suggestion?

(2001 Acura MDX)
in New Albany, IN on January 20, 2012
The back of the seat heater works just not the seat itself.
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Yes have seen wires and seat heater element (mat) fail, kids spilling drinks on then ect....
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Just looked at one on a Range Rover was about $500 to fix hopefully Acura is cheaper.
on January 26, 2012
on January 20, 2012
It could be a problem with your seat matt. sometimes the wiring breaks and losses its connection
on January 20, 2012
I really am not stupid when it comes to vehicals however, I don't know what a seat matt is? Where is this located.
on January 20, 2012
The seat Matt is located under the lower seat skin in the foam you sit on
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