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Old 04-10-2007, 06:39 PM   #1
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I was wondering if it would be a possibility to add heated seats to my 2000 SSEi. Of all the options that were not selected this had to be the one (car have darn near everything else) so would I be crazy for wanting to add this to the car? If no then what would be the best way to go about it. South Dakota gets cold and my wifes Denali has spoiled me!
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you can add

it would consist of taking off your stock leather, installing a heated set kit, containing 3 pieces

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GM PART # 25730797
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1
CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $117.66
OUR PRICE: $69.75
then you would need the switches (new trim plate), relays & wiring...
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is check to make sure your wiring is there to do it
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Black...you were reading my mind!! The wife and I were just talking about this just yesterday!! I am very, very interested in this as well and will be watching this thread closely. $69 our price?? Who'* price? Where would I check for the wiring if indeed it is there (hopefully)? This would be for the 2000 SSEi as well. Excellent to know that it is possible! Thanks,

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I am assuming $69 is per side. It would be a while before I could tackle this as other things have priority and it is getting warmer out. Just knowing it is in the realm of possibility is a good thing. I may even look for an after market alternative, sometimes that can be the better way than factory with more flexibility and options. We shall see.
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I am assuming $69 is per side. It would be a while before I could tackle this as other things have priority and it is getting warmer out. Just knowing it is in the realm of possibility is a good thing. I may even look for an after market alternative, sometimes that can be the better way than factory with more flexibility and options. We shall see.
yes, $69 per side.. that link is from www.gmpartsdirect.com

i would suggest saying with the stock kit, because it follows the lines of the seat perfectly
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