Aftermarket Heated Seats

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Has anyone done??? It seems like It'd be an easy enough install, I'd be curious to see who has and what kit they've gone with and price. +install. Really considering for my truck.
 

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that's not bad. i'm looking at more of the heating element kits that insert into existing upholstery
 

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Get the ones with massage.

And plus one, I have always been curious on ease of install...
 

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good to know. Thanks, I'm still shopping around, I have cloth interior
 

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I put these in my Gf's cloth seat Fiesta. The install was a little bit of a pain but in the end they have worked great over 2 winters. My only thing is most of the kits just have you zip tie your seat back on vs using hogrings. I would recomend the hogring method but that is just my opinion. Hogring pliers also help a lot.
 

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