Just FYI....on my 2016, I had the fuse in place, but the connector was not live. I was missing a connection between the two blocks and had to run a wire. Yours may be hot....but it really seems to be hit or miss. My truck is an LTZ with heated/cooled leather, memory seats, almost every option other then sensors and sunroof and my connector was not hot.
Check out this thread: Heated steering can be added fairly easily. You'll need to source a heated wheel and a new clock spring, both of which are pretty easy to swap out. The issue is whether or not you have an active wiring harness under the steering column that is active or not to run heat to the clock spring/wheel. It seems like it's hit-or-miss on whether or not the connector is active or not. If it is, then you've got an easy install. If it's not, it is still a pretty easy install but you'll have an extra step of adding a small wiring harness that is available via @pgamboa Your airbag will remain functional (you'll swap it to the new heated wheel), and there is no programming necessary. Like I said above though, you do need a different clock spring though, along with the wheel.
bkesting replied to O Town Denali's topic in For Sale/Wanted68787
bkesting replied to O Town Denali's topic in For Sale/WantedI might also be interested if willing to ship
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