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Heated seats operation?

Discussion in 'Z3 Roadster & Coupé' started by Daz3, Sep 23, 2012.

  1. Daz3

    Daz3 Zorg Legend

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    Now I have my M seats in I would like to know how to operate them? Basically what does the switch do and how many presses does what on off etc? Obviously up is hot down is warm but how do I turn them off? Thanks
     
  2. Brian4

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    You have to press the same button you last pressed to turn them off. The light should be on for whichever heat setting is on so if you press that again the light should go off.

    Brian
     
  3. badman gee

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    also if you put them on the high setting, after a while they will drop to the lower setting .
     
  4. stevie_a

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    And when it goes from the high setting to the low setting and you put it back onto high

    you get a very hot bum...[​IMG]

    but it is great...[​IMG]

    just a note in my car it heats the base of the seat also the lower back section of the seat.
     
  5. Daz3

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    Thanks everyone I couldn't see the lights in the day ;) will have a play next time I'm in it as I felt the passenger side was warm but not drivers but I was aimlessly pressing buttons :D
     

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