How to use heated seats on Ford F-150

When the outside temperature drops, the desire for cozy comfort in the car increases. Seat heaters provide warmth quickly and efficiently on Ford F-150.

Ford F-150 14th generation 2021+

Heater driver and passenger seats come as a standard feature on Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited trims, and an optional feature on XLT.


Press the heated seat symbol on the climate controls or touchscreen to cycle through the various heat settings and off. The more indicators that display, the warmer the temperature of the seat.

Heated seats on/off buttons on Ford F-150 14th gen

Note: The vehicle must be running to use this feature.

The heated seats may remain on after you remote start your vehicle, based on your remote start settings. The heated seats may also turn on when you start your vehicle if they were on when you switched your vehicle off.

Heated seat settings for remote start

If you switch the heated seat settings on, the heated seats turn on during cold weather.

  1. Go to Settings on the touchscreen.
  2. Touch Vehicle Settings.
  3. Touch Remote Start Setup.
  4. Touch Seats.
  5. Switch Auto on or off.
Seats remote start settings location on SYNC 4 – 14th gen F-150

Rear Heated Seats

Outboard rear heated seats is a standard feature on SuperCrew King Ranch, Platinum and Limited variants, and an optional feature on Lariat trim.

Rear seat heating on/off buttons

The rear seat heat controls are on the rear of the center console. Press the heated seat symbol to cycle through the various heat settings and off. More indicator lights indicate warmer settings.


The heated seats turn off when you switch off the vehicle.

Caution:

  • Do not place heavy objects on the seat.
  • Do not operate the heated seat if water or any other liquid spills on the seat. Allow the seat to dry.
  • Do not place anything on the seat that blocks the heat, for example a seat cover or a cushion. This could cause the seat to overheat. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury.
  • Do not poke sharp objects into the seat cushion or seat backrest. This could damage the heated seat element and cause it to overheat. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury.
  • Use caution when using the heated seat if you are unable to feel pain to your skin because of advanced age, chronic illness, diabetes, spinal cord injury, medication, alcohol use, exhaustion or other physical conditions. The heated seat could cause burns even at low temperatures, especially if used for long periods of time. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury.
Author: Nabeel K
Email: nabeel@wheelsjoint.com



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