I guess it could be the heating element in the seat. But i'd try tracing the wiring backwards from the seat if you can. Maybe something is just loose. Perhaps the indicator light is just stating that it's getting power at the switch and not at the actual heater. If you're electrically inclined, you might be able to find out some specs to check for resistance, and voltage at various points with a multimeter.
Might be the IP switch or the elements gone out no way to find out without testing the switch
Explosives work well.
it will turn in too lava
The 1996 Ford Taurus heated oxygen sensor can be found behind the dashboard on the passenger side of the passenger compartment. The oxygen sensor should be labeled as such.
If the heater still works the bulb is just burn out. I doubt you can change the light you will have to replace the switch.
In the fuse box under the rear seat. Pull the seat up from the front (2 clips behind each of the front seats) and remove. Don't forget about the seat's electrical connector on the passenger side if you have heated read seats. The fuse box in on the drivers side of the vehicle. The 'Run' relay (position number 3) is the heated seat relay.
had the same problem on a 2003. it was a bare wire.
If you have checked in the fuse block under the hood then the next logical spot would be the fuse block located under the passenger seat on the drivers side of the truck. www.trailvoy.com All the answers for your Trailblazer from true enthusiasts!
at passenger side in the smart box under the passenger's airbag.
The heated, outside rear-view mirrors will warm up when the rear window defroster is turned on. That provides for effective snow & ice melting from the mirrors.
Wet foot in driver area means leaking heater coil. The heater coil unit is usually at the center of the front of the passenger compartment, behind the dash and very close to the floor. Heated radiator water passes through this unit and your vent system and fan are used to force air across this to heat the air in the passenger area.
It's very possible as the heated mirrors and the rear defogger are tied together.
In a 2005 Ford Explorer : Fuse ( # 11 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the heated seats ( in the passenger compartment fuse panel )
Volkswagen had a recall in 2006 for the passenger side heated seats going out in a Jetta. You will most likely need to take your vehicle to the shop or call Volkswagen's customer service to see if it can be covered by them.
The metal increases in hardness, a mechanical property. The process which transforms the metal hardness is called "quenching".
An airliner plane is a passenger plane that can fly in the stratosphere. The cabin needs to be pressurised and heated for the comfort of the passengers.
Your wording is a little tough but what you are asking is what the two blue wires are under the passenger seat. If the seats are heated, they would be the wires for the heater in the seat.
When heated, the presence of carbon dioxide in solution will cause a change to bright yellow.
Lightning that you see is air, heated to the point that it glows, by natural high voltage electrical sparks. When air heated to that temperature very suddenly, it expands almost instantly. That sharp expansion produces the booming sound of thunder.
the fuse for the heated seat runs multiple items so it is not listed anywhere,but under dash on left side of drivers side in black box take off the nut and take cover off,there is a 30amp curcuit breaker listed as heated seat .hope this helps
If the heat is applied suddenly to the glass bulb containing the mercury reservoir, it is possible that the bulb could expand before the mercury is heated. This could cause the level of mercury to fall briefly.
The owners manual shows : # 4 - 7.5 amp fuse - for Mirrors , Remote Entry Module , Memory Functions ( seats and pedals ) # 17 - 10 amp - Heated Mirrors , Heated Grid Switch Indicator Hope that helps
That's actually not that difficult. If one wishes to answer this question in depth, feel free, but all one must do is test them separately. Just put glucose and your indicator (most-likley benedict's solution) in separate beakers, and then heat them both. Nothing will happen to either of them.
check the fuse box you could have a blown fuse or a relay may be out referr to your owners manual.....rosdale joe
Yes, but it is rare. To avoid this, put a chopstick in the water while it is being heated in the microwave. See related link  below for more information.