my car is a vw polo 2005 model with leathersits so my driversit is always heated even when I'v switched of. how do I fix this?

Asked by May 22, 2017 at 11:42 AM about the 2005 Volkswagen Polo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car is a vw polo 2005 model with
leathersits so my driversit is always heated
even when I'v switched it off....what could
be the problem!?

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I would say that there's probably a problem either with the control unit for the heated seats or the heated seat switch. You could try swapping the switch for the driver's seat to the passenger seat and vice versa to see if this cures the problem - then you'll know the switch is faulty. I would get it checked by an auto electrician though as potentially it could be a fire hazard if you have a fault with something like this. Good luck in getting it repaired.

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