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rmonf24   
Fri Nov 08 2019, 05:08pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
Good people, cleaning the car I found this loose connector under the driver and passenger seat, does anyone know what it belongs to? Thank you



C6Dave   
Fri Nov 08 2019, 07:30pm

Joined: Oct 01 2009
Member No: #1
Location: Northumberland
Been asked before but I can't remember the answer.....

Is your car a Lignage or Exclusive specification?
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rmonf24   
Fri Nov 08 2019, 09:41pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
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Paulius   
Sat Nov 09 2019, 11:07am
Joined: Aug 14 2014
Member No: #1821
Location: Vilnius
I remember when I found such a connector, it turned out that it was a disconnected seat pressure sensor so that it would not beep when passenger doesn't have the seatbelt fastened.
rmonf24   
Sat Nov 09 2019, 10:18pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
Paulius wrote ...

I remember when I found such a connector, it turned out that it was a disconnected seat pressure sensor so that it would not beep when passenger doesn't have the seatbelt fastened.

Well, trying the seat, I do not notice that it is hot, if it sounds if I do not wear the seat belt, and if it vibrates when I change lanes, the seats have heated all the seats without problems, what surprises me is that they have disconnected both seats.
Paulius   
Sun Nov 10 2019, 01:18pm
Joined: Aug 14 2014
Member No: #1821
Location: Vilnius
Oh that, I have such "disconnected" connectors as well! An exclusive with no lounge pack here.
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 rmonf24 (10 November 2019)
rmonf24   
Sun Nov 10 2019, 07:20pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
What I see is that the front seats don't heat me up, if I'm not mistaken they have separate fuses, don't they? that melt both at the same time seems odd to me, the loose connectors then what extra is it?
Trainman   
Mon Nov 11 2019, 01:07pm

Joined: Apr 12 2010
Member No: #86
Location: Penwortham
i wonder if it could be for the memory module on LHD cars?
rmonf24   
Thu Nov 14 2019, 07:24pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
the fuses of the heating of the front seats where are they?
C6Dave   
Fri Nov 15 2019, 08:15am

Joined: Oct 01 2009
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Location: Northumberland
rmonf24 wrote ...

the fuses of the heating of the front seats where are they?

Dashboard Fusebox G35 and G38 15 amp shown in the owners handbook.


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 rmonf24 (16 November 2019)
rmonf24   
Sun Nov 17 2019, 11:09am
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
hello, I only see the fuses in box c, those in box b I don't see them. Thank you
rmonf24   
Sun Dec 01 2019, 02:10pm
Joined: Oct 15 2017
Member No: #3300
Location: RUBENA
In the end I found the fuses and checked that they were fine, so I don't know what else to look at
arconell3   
Tue Dec 03 2019, 10:46pm
Joined: Jun 28 2012
Member No: #922
Location: Kalkar
There are 2 heating mats, worked into the foam underneath the leather upholstery. One in the seat cushion and one in the back, connected in series. The heater control box is attached to the seat frame under the seat.

The wires run from the box and disappear inside the seat, where they are connected to soldering pads on the heating foils. In most cases this is where the wires come loose.

You can try to take the seat cushion out (see under technical documents), and, using a sharp knife, carefully slice the foam following the wires until you reach the broken joint. Resolder the joint and carefully glue the sliced foam parts together again.
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