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    Hi,

    I picked up a 2004 330Ci Clubsport today. I absolutely love it but on the way home I realised that the drivers side heated seat doesn't appear to be working? Basically when I press the button to adjust the heat the lights come on as if all is well but it then goes out and nothing? The passenger side seems to work fine and light stays on whether you have it on single, double, or all three green lights on?

    Anyone else experienced this issue, is there a cheap fix??

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    Fuse?
     
     

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    I did think about fuse but would the lights on button still come on if it was a fuse? I only got the car this afternoon so have no idea where to look for fuses, can you tell me please?

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    Fuses are in the glovebox. Theres 3 clips on the top to drop it down.

    If it lights up ots probably not the fuse but it wouldn't hurt to check


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    Thanks, will take a look. I assume there's a list of what fuses are for what buttons in one of the many manuals that came with the Car?

    If it's not the fuse does anyone else have any ideas on what it could be please?
     
     

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    Electric seat heating is fuses 12 and 42.
     
     

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    Legend, thanks!
     
     

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