In Bill'* life there is work and things like that. Merely trying to get this out of my living room.
W/o talking to Geoff, I would have had no idea on these. As well he found the wiring diagrams and forwarded them to me. All his efforts have sped this project along. Thanks Geoff.
Last night while chatting w/a couple of BC members on the phone, the seats impressed me as to how well they are put together and stitched.
First stitching is the seam where two pieces of leather come together. Best done from the outward facing side of the leather. Then the stitching that folds each edge of the leather over and holds it. (stitching 1/8" away from the seam). Lastly the white thread holding the heater to the leather in a hem like stitch.
4 hours later I have 8 seat heating panels off the factory leather. Glad I bought the heavy duty stitch ripper.
(Which toolbox drawer does that go into?