Retro fitting heated seats

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serow
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Retro fitting heated seats

Post by serow » Mon 06 Nov, 2017 22:56

Hello have not posted anything for along time Zedna has behaved no problems for 2 summers.
She is sleeping now but I am sure she would like to wake up in the spring with heated seats fitted
Zedna is a 1998 2.8
Is this possible and what parts would I need
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Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by bertiejaffa » Thu 09 Nov, 2017 00:07

All the wires are there - depends on the model you have and the seats you buy.... you can even fit retro heat pads if you like
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serow
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  Z3 roadster 2.8

Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by serow » Thu 09 Nov, 2017 22:00

Hi Bertie thanks for replying
The heat pads sound interesting as my seats have recently been reupholstered
Do they fit under the existing covers I would also need switches ect

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Althulas
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Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by Althulas » Sat 25 Nov, 2017 10:19

You might find this thread and links in the thread of interest https://zroadster.org/threads/heated-seat-issues.15412/
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Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by serow » Sun 26 Nov, 2017 21:52

Thanks Althulas that link was very helpful I think I will start by finding and identifying all the plugs and wires
Then hunt for the correct seats
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Serow

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Althulas
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Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by Althulas » Mon 27 Nov, 2017 02:31

You don’t necessarily need to buy new seats you can buy the heat pads and retro fit and connect up to the correct cable.
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Re: Retro fitting heated seats

Post by serow » Sun 03 Dec, 2017 22:58

That sounds like the best solution for me as my own seats are good
Thanks will look for the parts
Someone on here may have them
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