Replacement procedure for right switch heated seat
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    Replacement procedure for right switch heated seat

    Hello,

    I need to replace the right switch for the front passenger heated seat (P/N 35600-SHJ-A02). The switch light is not working anymore.

    Is there a replacement procedure how to replace the switch safely?

    Regards,

    Niels
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    If the light is out, all you need to replace is the bulbs, see the link below, the bulbs are marked 16 and 17, both are less than $3.



    To get to the switches, use this link, see page 5 on.

    http://www.hondapartsdeals.com/Honda...ysubwoofer.pdf
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    Re: Replacement procedure for right switch heated seat

    Originally posted by Niels81nrw
    Hello,

    I need to replace the right switch for the front passenger heated seat (P/N 35600-SHJ-A02). The switch light is not working anymore.

    Is there a replacement procedure how to replace the switch safely?

    Regards,

    Niels
    Did you try the search term light and heated and switch?
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