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Unread 02-01-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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flashing heated seat light problem

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I have a 2003 2.8 LTD Cherokee, it has the heated front seat option but the on the drivers side when i turn the seat on the low heat indication light flashes, ive been told that the seat may need to be replaced (costly im sure ). Could anyone advise what the fault is and any way of fixing it without me having to source and have a new seat fitted, any help would be much appreciated.


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Unread 02-01-2009, 01:07 PM   #2
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Try posting it here. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f11/
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Hi

I have a 2003 2.8 LTD Cherokee, it has the heated front seat option but the on the drivers side when i turn the seat on the low heat indication light flashes, ive been told that the seat may need to be replaced (costly im sure ). Could anyone advise what the fault is and any way of fixing it without me having to source and have a new seat fitted, any help would be much appreciated.


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They didn't continue using the "Cherokee" name here in the states. You'll find want more info on your vehicle on US sites under "Liberty".

I reported your thread so it can get moved by a Mod to the appropriate forum for Liberty Tech instead of you having to make a duplicate thread.
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Flashing heated seat light

The flashing low heat light indicated that there was an open sensor. Instead of replacing the seat I ordered the heater/sensor from jeep ( $100.00 dollars) and waited one week to get the part. Four bolts hold down the seat and a torx socket removes the seat belt. Place the seat upside down on a work bench and remove the wiring for the motors. The seat cushion is held in place by four bolts and you may have to remove some covers and the cable for the reclining seat. Once you get the cushion off there are four clips holding the leather cover on but no need to remove the cover completely just remove the old heater/sensor and slide in the new one. Then reassemble and should take about two hours.
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