We have a 2010 Audi Q5 and for everyday driving conditions our seat heaters never really reach a hot level. However, I’ve found that the seat heaters can reach bun-toasting levels when certain conditions are met. For example, on the rare occasion that my wife lets me sit in the car while she goes shopping (taking a nap is much preferable than waiting outside a dressing room), I find the front seat heaters can get really hot after restarting the engine. But, this only happens when I shut off the car, stay in the car without opening any of the doors, wait for the “click” noise (~10 minutes after shutting off the car) and then restart the car. I’ve taken the car into the dealer and they indicate that the seat heaters are “working”. Is there any way for the heaters to operate at the “hot” level without having to go shopping?