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Old 17-05-18, 09:13 AM   #1
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Default 2017 308SW 150 BlueHDi GTline Heated Seats Question

Just bought this car but found the handbook unhelpful about use of heated seats. The web version of the handbook doesn't help either.
I cannot find any indication that the seat heat is selected On or Off (other than it might be warm!). Anyone know?
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Old 17-05-18, 11:58 AM   #2
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This is shown in my handbook for my Allure:
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Old 17-05-18, 03:12 PM   #3
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No illuminated indicator on most Peugeot/Citroen models you have to rely on looking at the wheel or getting a warm butt
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It's these little things that make me wanna slap some engineers at PSA. How expensive would it be to put a switch with LED instead of just a plain switch? Even if it would cost PSA €5 more per switch, which is impossible, and if they'd price the car €20 more on that account (earning €10 net on 2 switches), I think everybody would opt for it if buying heated seats. It's a damn LED, FFS! How difficult/expensive can it be!?

It's like on some 308 T9 there's only one USB port (underneath the radio) while others have 2nd one in the glove box. But *ALL* of the radios have 2 USB ports on the back. Two. All of them. So it's just a matter of what - 30cm of cable and a plastic mount inside glove box.
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Mine has led illumination, but to see if it is on i must check the numbers on the wheel.

My previous 407 2.2 had it too, but in the side of the seat, i can agree that one led somewhere would make the difference.
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I have 2 tiny LED 'Mood Lights' on my Allure that illuminate that area at night.
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Thanks for the quick responses. I too am surprised that there is no LED indication for the heated seats.
I am still in discovery mode for the new car. Again I am surprised that (unlike the handbook for my wife's older 308) the current printed handbook does not include a list of fuse functions. It is in the web Complete Handbook and I printed out that section. I would not like some simple fault to get me stranded in some remote region where web access is not possible.
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I have 2 tiny LED 'Mood Lights' on my Allure that illuminate that area at night.
I played with this for the first time in three years and many miles.It makes a big difference at night you can see the centre console and door pulls really well.

However I hate any light when driving at night. I would prefer total darkness except speed indication like a fighter pilot so I can see where I am going. It would be cool to have a head up display but as the dash head is so high I doubt they would add this.
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