2004 Land Rover Freelander has heated front seats that can be turned on by pressing one of the switches are mounted on the center console. Heated front seats is operated independently, and if it is activated then there will be LED lighting.

The operating system of the heated seats are fusible link 3 and fusible link 4 of the engine compartment fuse box (C0632) will receive feed from the positive battery terminal (C0192). Timer relay (C0587) is connected to the fusible link 4 (C0574). Central Control Unit (CCU) (C0592) will control the earth path for the relay coil mounted directly to the rear of the passenger compartment fuse box. Since the fusible link 3 (C0571) is connected to the ignition switch (C0028), then when the key in position “ignition” current will flow in the switch (C0028) to fuse 18 of the passenger compartment fuse box (C0588) on a wire OG, so the Fuse 18 will provide ignition feed to the CCU.

Timer relay will gain energy when CCU receiving feedback ignition. The energised timer relay will provides a feed to fuse 11. Fuse 11 (C0585) provides a feed to the LH heated seat switch (C0249) and the RH heated seat switch (C0250) on N wires. The following schematic illustrates the 2004 Land Rover Freelander Heated Seats Wiring Diagram:

2004 Land Rover Freelander Heated Seats Wiring Diagram



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