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In order for the seat heaters to operate properly the resistor does need to be wired in properly to allow correct operation and to not over heat the seats.
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Do you know if the Avalanche had option codes KB6 or AN3 or X88 or Z88 or KA6 or HP2 or KA1?
O.k.,there are different ways to wire the seat heaters all depending on what option codes the seats came from.Is there any way you can obtain these option codes from the donor vehicle?They should be printed on an ID code chart in the glove box.
Let me know,thanks Pete
O.k.,unfortunately I am unable to see how to wire this properly myself from here but someone else here may be able to assist further.
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