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    Heated seat help needed please

    I have just upgraded to full heated leather in my 2002 Zafira gsi but I can't get the seats to warm up.
    I have fitted the switches in the dash as the wiring was already there as was the 2 additional connectors under each seat, I've also put in a 20 amp fuse in number 45 and the switches light up when turned on like they should but I'm not getting any power to the connectors under the seat.
    Is there a relay that should be fitted
    Any help appreciated
    Thanks Craig

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    2 Fuses needed.
    F37 (20A)
    F45 (5A)

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    I've just fitted both fuses and still no joy. There is now power there but neither seat Is getting warm

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    the are more than two fuses that operate the heated seats , i fitted some in my astra g van ended up putting three fuses in i think, look in the hans book if you have one. if you dont il dig mine out and look them up for you

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    the book say fuse numbers 2,36,37,45 all listed as seat heating in astra g

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    I've got fuses in all the listed above but still no joy

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    2 is Heater/AC
    36 is Cig lighter
    37 is Heated Seats
    45 is Heated Seats

    According to Autodata for a 2002 Zafira 2.0 Turbo

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    ask the chap call autosparks on here , he good

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigyb View Post
    I've got fuses in all the listed above but still no joy
    Can you check that power is actually at the (under the seat) part when you turn the switch on?

    just read you said there's power there.

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    Yep the fuses are correct, next step is to actually check for power and earth at the seat
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
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