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Old 05-09-2016, 07:49 PM
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Old 05-09-2016, 08:07 PM
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Old 12-06-2017, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by TacoBello View Post
Where did the OP go? I want to continue hearing how his life was vastly improved by purchasing the RDX.
Isn't the RDX a rebadged Honda CRV that used to be a civic? Small station wagon with bells and whistles...
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Isn't the RDX a rebadged Honda CRV that used to be a civic? Small station wagon with bells and whistles...
Yes, but the CR-V has all the bells and whistles instead of the RDX. The RDX gives you the old 6 cyl accord engine (honda stopped using it in the accord in 2013) and there is no 6 cyl available in the CR-V.
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it's my wife's car - she could care less about all the hyperbole
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How are heated seats enabled on auto start?

My 2018 RDX Elite autostarter does not turn on the heated seats (we just got it a month ago, so I assume it wonít start the ventilated seats either), our sales associate said that the car will just moderate itself to 21 degrees Celsius. Iím in Canada

i inquired if the car could be able to do this but he said no, however, reading the OPís post he indicated that his heated/ventilated seats turned on.

can someone confirm for me that it is possible and give me directions on how to enable it?
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No heated seats

Hello guys,
I'm new here as I just bought my 2006 Acura TSX. Great thread as I have the same problem; no cigarette lighter power or heated seats. From another thread I was able to diagnose the power issue thru fuse #9, however, fuse #15 for the heated seats seems okay. Yet, my heated seats still won't come on, neither will the lights on the switches; they won't illuminate. Is this indicative of wiring problem! The heating element work appears pretty invasive so I'm trying to do all due diligence before I go that route. I was hoping it's just a fuse issue, or something as simple
Thanks in advance!
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