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Old 08-15-2011, 09:53 PM
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Navigator A/C Seats

The A/C on the driver seat in my car does not seem to be working properly and I was hoping that someone could help me out. The A/C for the bottom part of the seat seems to work, but the lumbar seems not to work. I realized this when my wife was driving and I was sitting in the passenger seat and realized what I have been missing out on.
I have the bumper-to-bumper warranty for the truck and just got back from the dealership. They say the lumbar is not suppose to cool off, but after sitting in the passenger seat I don't believe this is right. Does anyone know where I can get plans or any documentation showing how and what part of the seat is suppose to be cooling off?

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my bottom and lumbar both cool (when they want to work anyways)

you can hear and feel air exiting the upper back area. if you unzip the leather (back of the seat), you can see the air ducts running up the back
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My driver side doesn't work as nice as the passenger side. Neither side works that great, but the passenger side is better.
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