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General Motors / 2002 oldsmobile bravada passenger seat heater

1 United States Review updated:

my front passenger seat heater caught on fire. Jan 5, 2018 no one was in the car and the seat heater had not been used for days and it happened while the car was parked, shut off, during the night. my attorney suggested to contact you first and give you the chance to make it right. I see from research that I am not the only customer that this has happened to. unfortunately I do not see a recall for the problem. also now my car is undrivable the smell is awful and I am afraid the other seat may catch on fire. My car has 110000 miles on it and thought it had plenty of life left in it. however not sure it does now especially in its current state.

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Jan 7, 2018
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  • Ch
      13th of Feb, 2018
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    I recently also had this happen in my 2002 bravada. Not to the extent of yours though. Mine is about the size of a half dollar. I started to smell a burning smell as I was driving and had my jacket on the seat and when I lifted it off the seat I noticed a large burn hole along with the melting of my jacket. I had to stop immediately and un plug the contols under the seat and throw snow on the area. Mine happened Febuary 11th 2018. My vehicle has 160xxx miles

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