Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 20:53:40 -0500 From: ma_twain <ma_twainnopsamo.com> Subject: Re: How do I fix my heated seats?
I prefer the factory shop manuals - but they are pricey. The heated seats use a heater grid. Typically the connection is loose or the grid is broken. The grid are broken by kneeling on the seat or standing on the seat. Jumping up and down would certainly break them. When the grid is broken, you need to replace it. saabturbo wrote: > Yup - get the Bently -it's the best - IMHO. You can get the at the Saab > dealer or on-line (Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com, etc). > > For the heated seats issue the Bentley book has the wiring diagrams. You > can also find very helpful information here: > > http://188.8.131.52/electrical_system_folder/seatheatindex.htm > > And this overall is one of the best sites on the web for technical info - > again IMHO - here's the home page link: > > http://184.108.40.206/default.htm > > Enjoy the Saab! > > > "Andy Thibodeau" <athibodenopsamaine.com> wrote in message > news:3faeb907_8nopsam.newsgroups.com... > >>I just bought a '97 900SE turbo, I am new to Saab and this is my first >> > post. > >>Is there an easy fix for the heated seats, fuses are good. Also what is >> > the > >>recommended manual to use, I've had Bentleys for all the VWs and Audis >> > I've > >>owned. I would also like to find some good web sites for info and parts. >> >>Thanks in advance, >>Andy >> > >