I'd suggest you don't use your seat heater. If it over-temps there is
the possibility of having a fire under your butt. Volvo had to recall a
bunch of cars because of this, and bet they same company makes the
heating elements for BMW.
Could it possibly be an article of clothing? FWIW, my wife ruined a
(vinyl?) coat using the seat heater on her Saab. Although the heater was
functioning normally, the coat material just wasn't up to it.
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Don't FART before you switch on;>))
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I had read Randy that someone had taken An Acura driver's seat (TL or TSX, I
found the seat cushion had burn holes from said heater.
It would be prudent to check out this smell to the end (pardon the pun):)
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