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the heated seats on my 03 Yukon xl started going off almost immediately when the problem started a few months ago, I would push on the door button for butt and back it will go off in less that a second, if I push the button for just the back it will stay for slightly longer maybe a second. The passenger door goes off also like they are connected, I was told that it might be the switch in the drivers door. It is actually being looked at tomorrow along with having an O-ring and the oil pump replaced due to it knocking after I start it up, then the knock goes away, new belts a couple other things $1900.00, Have had to have the speedometer cluster taken out and rebuilt due to the lights going out $160, now my mirror stopped showing me the temp and direction, I will get that fixed, I love this car it is the quietest most comfortable car I have ever owned, I'm close to 170.000 miles hulled softball players basketball players soccer ,baseball, I have never used the on star but do use serous xm (sp) back to the issue at hand I personally think in my case it could be the main switch on the drivers door. Though my mechanic showed me what was left of one he just fixed and it was actually burnt, the part that heats the seat. Here are a couple of suggestions, if your looking at buying one if your going to be hauling kids to sporting events you better get the xl and get the one that has the large gas tank mine will hold 32 maybe 33 gal. 03 I believe I also the 1st of the flex fuel which I have never used. I got this with 30,000 mile. this thing rides
better and is quitter than my wife's 07 Lincoln mkx but all her seats are heated and ? cooled ? I will let you know what I am told about my seat issue, Long winded Peace
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