I don't, but the draw would vary by which step you have the heater
switch on. Both of the 9000's I had, had 3 selectable levels of heat.
I would also think that you could determine the current draw rather
easily if you have an ammeter. Just unplug the heated seat fuse, hook
up your ammeter in lieu of the fuse and then turn the seat heaters on to
each of the 3 positions and record the current drawn.
Multiply by two if your passenger opts to have warm buns as well.
The older I get, the more I appreciate that feeling.
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If you live in a warm climate, or if you are naturally hot-blooded, maybe
you don't need them.
But not all people are like you. I'm currently sitting in my 70degF
office, wearing a sweater, and it's challenging to type because my hands
and fingers are so cold. You can imagine what they're like when I'm
driving in 10degF temps. Even the seat heaters can't warm my body enough
to force heat out to my hands, but they're a HUGE help.
I've loved the seat heaters in my Saabs for over 20 years. Given the GM-
ization of Saab I may not buy another Saab. If so, I'll have to find an
aftermarket replacement for the seat heaters. It won't be as nice but it
will be better than no heater at all.
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