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On a 2002 beetle the heated seats no longer work and fuses appear ok any ideas?

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2006-04-22 07:02:00
2006-04-22 07:02:00

take a volt Ohm meter to either side of one wire then do the same for the other, if the ohm's dont give you a steady reading then the iwre needs to be replaced.

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