I had your exact problem on my 2001 9-5 Aero sedan - twice. The seat was HOT even though the switch was off. I didn't read your original post closely enough the first time. I'f the contacts get dirty, generally the seat heater fed by that switch just stops working, resulting in a cold seat. When the switch circuitry fails, and the heater is always on regardless of the switch position, you either need to replace the switch, or troubleshoot the circuitry inside the switch itself.
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