Heated and Ventilated Front Seats

WARNING!
If you cannot feel temperature change or pain to the skin, the seat heater may cause burns even at low temperatures. To reduce the risk of burns, people with such a condition should use care when using the seat heater, especially for long periods of time. Do not place anything on the seat that insulates against heat, such as a blanket, cushion, cover, or similar item. This may cause the seat heater to overheat. An overheated seat heater may cause a burn or may damage the seat.

Heated and Ventilated Seat Buttons Shown, Heated Seat Buttons Similar
Heated and Ventilated Seat Buttons Shown, Heated Seat Buttons Similar

If available, the buttons are on the climate control panel. To operate, the ignition must be on.

Press and seatback or , if equipped, to to heat the seat cushion and seatback or ventilate the seat., if equipped, to ventilate the seat.

Press the button once for the highest setting. With each press of the button, the seat will change to the next lower setting, and then to the off setting. The lights indicate three for the highest setting and one for the lowest.

The passenger seat may take longer to heat up.

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