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Been in a few cars recently with heated leather seats.

I wish I had heated seats in my Anni [B)].

How easy, and at what sort of cost, would it be to retro fit heated pads, looms, switches etc to my Anni Recaros??

Thanks in advance

Phil [:D]
 

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Quote: posted by Laura on 20/12/2004 12:21:59

LOL this will be my fault then Phil?! [:D][B)]

Yes Laura it's all your fault!! [}:)]

Anyone know if it's possible??
 

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Quote: posted by B15ETJ on 20/12/2004 12:12:41

why no just buy a hot water bottle ?2.99 in woolies and sit on that ![^]

Cause I'm running out of things to do with the car [:I]
 

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Sorry buddy seen you never had any reply's thought it was better than nothing should have known you would'nt get a sensible reply from me !!! [^]
 

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I'd be interested in knowing about the costs involved with this too, as im getting my leather re-trim done next week i think my bum is gonna be cold over the winter!

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Good man Craig!! [:D]

Only need the driver's seat done - Laura you can freeze in the passenger seat [:p]
 

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Quote: posted by B15ETJ on 20/12/2004 21:16:16

Sorry buddy seen you never had any reply's thought it was better than nothing should have known you would'nt get a sensible reply from me !!! [^]

Only kidding mate [B)] Just a bit of Scottish banter [:eek:)]
 

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I'm hoping to receive the custom looms next week with the switches.....i can't seem to beat the heated pad price from the dealers (apparently)
 

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Quote: posted by PhatPhil on 20/12/2004 22:42:20

Good man Craig!! [:D]

Only need the driver's seat done - Laura you can freeze in the passenger seat [:p]

dont worry i will just make sure i bring the sheep! [:p]
 

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Quote: posted by Laura on 21/12/2004 12:04:41

Quote: posted by PhatPhil on 20/12/2004 22:42:20

Good man Craig!! [:D]

Only need the driver's seat done - Laura you can freeze in the passenger seat [:p]

dont worry i will just make sure i bring the sheep! [:p]

either that or always wear big thermal granny pants in his car[:D]

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Quote: posted by craigv on 21/12/2004 12:49:14

Quote: posted by Laura on 21/12/2004 12:04:41

Quote: posted by PhatPhil on 20/12/2004 22:42:20

Good man Craig!! [:D]

Only need the driver's seat done - Laura you can freeze in the passenger seat [:p]

dont worry i will just make sure i bring the sheep! [:p]

either that or always wear big thermal granny pants in his car[:D]

craigv

If only I could think of an appropriate comment! [:p]
 

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Guys,

on the subject of heated seats and out of curiosity,is it possible fit heating pads to the rear seats?
 

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the wiring loom is very simple (relay with 12v,switched 12v and ground)so no problem would be better to perphaps buy a waeco heated seat kit as the pads would suit the rear seats better.

phil LOL

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Hi, does anyone know news about fitting/installing rear heating pads/elements into the rear of my mrk3 vr6. This would be very appreciated. Ive also noticed that the "bottoms" of my front seats dont heat up. the backs on bothe seats are fine. Could this be a wiring problem?
 
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