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Hi, recently my 2018 Touring Edition (Canada) sees the rear heated seats not turning on. Could this be a fuse?
I had a audio upgrade with a new amp and speakers, could this somehow have affected the rear seat heater switch?

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Hi, the manual has the fuse location:

page 133
Engine compartment fuse box B
16 RR_HTD SEAT (20 A)

I can assume this is the fuse I should check for the rear heated seats?

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Well, it wasn't the fuse. Above, Mason suggests a switch? Is there anything else that may control the rear heated seats (other than a fuse and the on/off button(s)?

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Is there anything else that may control the rear heated seats (other than a fuse and the on/off button(s)?
Yes.

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Here is the diagram for the 2017 that will give you some idea of the fuses to look for. Should be the same for 2018. Hopefully the audio upgrade didn't end up cutting a wrong wire.
 

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