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Seat heaters and electric seats stopped working. Could this be associated with a fuse problem?

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Check the wiring harness below the seat. The harness includes the power to the driver power seat as well as the seat heaters for both fron seats. My 2003 has a contact issue where it only works when another person puts pressure around the harness and wires (Bad Connection). This happened after 2 years of use with this harness. harness has been replaced 3 times over 7 years

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