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New and have "heated" seats issue

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On 12/22/2016 at 9:34 PM, GMCustomerService said:


On 12/18/2016 at 8:45 PM, rls2rsr said:

2016 Yukon Denali heated seats not working properly, don't turn on with remote start and barely emit any heat. This is my 4th Yukon Denali... so I know what the seats are supposed to do... and they are NOT doing it. Dealer says nothing wrong... but as I said this is my 4th one, and all 4 of my older models of the same car heated consistently, and without issue. What is going on????

I agree with you I have had 4 as well.  My 02 and 11 seats were wonderful. my 15 and now 16 they don't work for ******!! all because GM is afraid of the idiots that don't know how to turn the heat down and burn themselves and then sue GM.  Samr thing with the Heated windshield whipper fluid that they recalled all because of idiots over riding the button and burning down their truck.  I have had them all.  And from a person that has 16 disks fused in her back she WANTS the heat on her back in the winter.

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