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My heated seats suck, I can hardly tell they are working at all, when they do heat up, still never really sure they are working. Took it to the dealer, and they told me ya not very warm, but nothing wrong with them

when I was at the dealer tried another new GT premium in the lot, and it's heated seats were a tiny bit better than mine, but still not very warm at all.

My but warms the seat up faster than the heaters :?:
I can escalate this for you as well, Don’s Stang. Just PM me.

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Mine work perfectly, although my wife doesn't appear to like having her butt heated :nogrinner. I paid extra for that and a power seat for her side, and she won't use either of them.

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I agree that the "heated seats" barely deserve their name. I also had them in my 2011 Mustang V6 vert and they were equally effective - NOT. Must be part of an "energy conservation" drive

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I can escalate this for you as well, Don’s Stang. Just PM me.

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I appreciate your offer, but looks like I just have to live with no heated seats this winter

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Mine work fine, I just wish the elements were placed up higher catering more to the back and less to the ass.

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I appreciate your offer, but looks like I just have to live with no heated seats this winter
No problem. PM me if you need me.

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Mine heat up fast and get pretty hot. I usually have to turn them off after a few minutes. Got a little spoiled with my Benz that had 3 settings. On the Mustang it is just high and off. Would be nice if it had a lower setting. Just another thought since I have some low back problems it would be great if they had an option just to heat the back of the seat.
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