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    What do these plugs do?

    Found these plugs hanging around by my fag lighter as i was fitting a temp guage today, Are they for the traction control and heated seats? there was another on taped to the loom.

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    Heated seats

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    yup, all prewired ready for leather
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    They can't be both for heated seats surely , my seats won't have the heating elements in them will they?

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    One for the left and one for the right

    And they probably won't have the heater pads in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffoeg
    One for the left and one for the right

    And they probably won't have the heater pads in.
    Ahhhhhhhhh, i see, wonder how much of a job it would be to fit them, hhhmmmmmm

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    easy just unclip the cover of the seat put the pads in an clip the seat back
    20 min job a seat

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18
    easy just unclip the cover of the seat put the pads in an clip the seat back
    20 min job a seat
    How much do these pads cost, do u know?

    How do u activate the heated seats, button on the dash somewhere?

    If its not too much to do, might have a go, Could be Valuable in the winter months ahead!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon G
    How much do these pads cost, do u know?

    How do u activate the heated seats, button on the dash somewhere?

    If its not too much to do, might have a go, Could be Valuable in the winter months ahead!
    you need 2 sets of pads at £30 to £40 each and a set of buttons
    dead easy to fit also a few relays £2

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18
    easy just unclip the cover of the seat put the pads in an clip the seat back
    20 min job a seat
    Will it just be a autovaux order for these pads then?

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