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Old 12-27-2013, 12:56 PM   #11
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very nice job on the writeup and thanks for taking the time for so many pics! must have taken half of your project time
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About how long did this take you?! My girlfriend hates leather and I got an 06 lariat with all leather and she wants heated seats. Haha. I wouldn't mind it either!
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About how long did this take you?! My girlfriend hates leather and I got an 06 lariat with all leather and she wants heated seats. Haha. I wouldn't mind it either!
It took me a long time. Too long in my opinion, but the older I get the slower I go. I put in about six hours one day and about four the second day, ROUGHLY.

I've read another thread somewhere here that the installer had a time limit to be out of his relatives garage. I think he installed everything in less than six hours.

The project was fun and well worth the effort and money spent.
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Haha very good point on the age. I may try it once I get a few of my other mods done.
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How are you liking these heaters? I was looking at these to install in my 2013 Screw. I like these in particular as I want to install the switches in the seat trim and am afraid that the passenger seat will accidentally get left on and I won't notice. At least with these ones, once I turn the truck off, these turn off and don't come back on until you hit the switch again (provided I tap into an ignition controlled circuit.)
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How are you liking these heaters? I was looking at these to install in my 2013 Screw. I like these in particular as I want to install the switches in the seat trim and am afraid that the passenger seat will accidentally get left on and I won't notice. At least with these ones, once I turn the truck off, these turn off and don't come back on until you hit the switch again (provided I tap into an ignition controlled circuit.)
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Sorry for the delayed reply.

I am enjoying the seat heaters very much. It does seem to me that they take a few minutes to get warmed up. I guess about two miles. Once they get to working on HIGH, I have to turn them down to the low setting.

The wife is also very happy with them other than the seemingly slow heat-up time.

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