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Just picked up an 07 Limited the Air conditioned seats don't seem to be working or doing much most of the time even on the high setting. Do the other fan speeds take away from the cooling ability of the seats? I drove an 04 Navigator back in 04 with this feature and as far as I remember, it had much more cooling than what I am experiencing in my current truck. Any ideas? Don't want to waste time taking it to the dealer..
I had never experienced cooled seats before, but mine are awesome. Feels like I am sitting on a block of ice. The heated seats just about made my blood boil, as they get HOT. Nice feature, wish I had it in my Super Duty as well.
2008 F-450 6.4 Lariat 4.88
2007 Expedition Limited EL
I have the heated and cooled seats on my 2007 Expedition. I have never had these before so I don't know if it is working normal or not. It has two settings, hi and low and it does cool some. I don't think they will freeze you out. Mine don't anyway which is good as it does seem odd to have air comming up out of the seat. Kind of like sitting on some kind woopie cushion of sorts. I think this winter will be nicer having heat as cold seats on a winter morning is kind of a drag.
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