Heated and Ventilated Seats

On vehicles with heated and ventilated seats, the ignition must be on to use the feature.

Driver’s Side Buttons shown
Driver’s Side Buttons shown

The buttons are located on the front doors.

Press this (Heated Seat Cushion and Seatback): Press this button to heat the seat cushion and seatback.

to heat the (Heated Seatback): Press this button to heat the seatback.

Seatback): Press (Ventilated Seat Cushion and Seatback): Press this button to cool the seat cushion and seatback.

Press each button to turn on the desired feature. A light on that button will display indicating which feature is on.

There are three temperature settings for each feature.

A column of three lights next to the buttons will display which setting the feature is in: high, medium or low. Three lights indicate the highest setting, two lights indicate medium and one light indicates the lowest setting.

When you press a button, the feature will turn on at the highest setting. Each time you press the button, the feature will decrease one temperature setting.

To turn the feature off, keep pressing the button until the display lights turn off.

If your vehicle has remote vehicle start and is started using the remote keyless entry transmitter, the front heated seats will be turned on to the high setting if it is cold outside. See “Remote Vehicle Start” under Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation. When the key is inserted into the ignition and the ignition is turned on, the heated seat feature will turn off. To turn the heated seat feature back on, press the desired button.

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