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Old 04-02-2015, 12:03 PM   #1
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I've searched everywhere and can't seem to find the answer to my question. Does anyone know if there is a way to turn on the heat/ac in the seat without using mft? It seems there is a way to turn on everything else except the seats.
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I seem to remember a high end head-unit that would do it, alpine maybe? Other than that, I haven't seen any other solutions.
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no other controls in "stock" form. If you want a warm butt, it's through the screen or nothing
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I must be missing something here....what is MFT?

My Fx4 with dual auto climate control has seperate switches for the heat/cooling functions for each seat. Those switches operate independantly from the other HVAC functions.
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Remote start is the only other way to activate them I believe. And even then it depends on the ambient temp.
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My Fx4 with dual auto climate control has seperate switches for the heat/cooling functions for each seat. Those switches operate independantly from the other HVAC functions.

Got a picture of the switches? Wonder if it's something that could be retro-fitted to the tucks that don't have them.
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