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To anyone: has one of you, any expierience with seat heating and building it in a seat afterwards?
Are there any tricky things where I have to pay attention to? Is there a big quality difference between a set that costs 45 or 100 €? I want to build it in the Citroen C4 of my wife. Cannot be very different than an X-Trail, wont it? Like to hear from you.
 

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Thanks, but no thanks... I know them; even used them (with massage) but she didn't like it a bit. It looks a bit sloppy too, to be honest. They're in my athic. Make a bid?
What I want is, get the seat polster off, lay a mat on it and connect it with power. I've took a look an what I found, has three settings: off, 1 and 2. (2 is most hot)
 

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Thought you would be doing it properly. The only proper kits I ever found were about £280.00 which give 3 heat settings. If you can get them for under £100 - good job - go for it.
 

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Hi Vandy.

I think (So I am...) that Conrad does not deliver in th UK.... Therefore I make a Printscreen. I mean the one of 59,95 € in the middle
Try this link: www1.conrad.nl. Than left at Snel zoeken: stoelverwarming. See what happens...
 

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Understand Wimbo - these are just the heat pads that you will fit under the original covers. Getting the covers off will no doubt be easier than getting them back on again but sure you're the man to do it.
Long may your bottom be hot - and for that matter, your wifes bottom too :lol:
 

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Wimbo said:
To anyone: has one of you, any expierience with seat heating and building it in a seat afterwards?
Are there any tricky things where I have to pay attention to? Is there a big quality difference between a set that costs 45 or 100 €? I want to build it in the Citroen C4 of my wife. Cannot be very different than an X-Trail, wont it? Like to hear from you.
wimbo, Joking aside if you need any wiring diagrams for the Almera just ask :thumbs:
 

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Umbongo said:
Wimbo said:
To anyone: has one of you, any expierience with seat heating and building it in a seat afterwards?
Are there any tricky things where I have to pay attention to? Is there a big quality difference between a set that costs 45 or 100 €? I want to build it in the Citroen C4 of my wife. Cannot be very different than an X-Trail, wont it? Like to hear from you.
wimbo, Joking aside if you need any wiring diagrams for the Almera just ask :thumbs:
Like this chair!!! LOL
The Almera is passed station as you could read. My wife ownes a Citroen C4 Coupe by now, and there it must be build in. But, this chair; does ik come with remote control???!!! :twisted: :mrgreen:
 

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Vandy said:
Understand Wimbo - these are just the heat pads that you will fit under the original covers. Getting the covers off will no doubt be easier than getting them back on again but sure you're the man to do it.
Long may your bottom be hot - and for that matter, your wifes bottom too :lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Well, I can ask the garagist; it's only half a mile away from ours.
 

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I have fitted these heated seats in to 3 different cars now.
They work great and are easy to fit, the last car a pair of Leather Toyota Hilux, it took only 3 hours.
I have used this trader each time, no problems.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/WAECO-HEATED-SEAT ... OR-2-SEATS)_W0QQitemZ370416450246QQcmdZViewItem?rvr_id=159675927791&rvr_id=159675927791&cguid=43c5abc612a0a0e202365526ff9e3e67
 
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