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Old 09-28-2009, 12:15 AM   #11
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I'll try to as I do it, I was able to take the back set home in bonne and they look amazing in the car, can't wait to pick up the fronts

right now it looks like 4 wires to the RIM and 1 from the fusebox, or just extend ond from the drivers side to the pass. then just the wiring between the switches and the modules and BOOM heated seats, only issue is the drivers side lumbar because I'm not putting the memory module in
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I dont use the lumbar anyway, it annoys me to use it in the least. LOL! I like all but laying down in the seat tilted back. I am still amazed at how the GXP seat allowed me to comfortably make weekly 600 miles commutes each way to Cincinnati.
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I'm not saying I would use it all the time but I don't know how the person that had the car had it set, came out of a car that was in a drivers side front end crash
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ok so I went and got the fronts today and the harness from the seat to put them in, but they didn't have any 00-01 center consoles so I have an 05 GXP cubby with the trac and heated seat switches

does anyone have a center console without the traction button on it and possibly the connectors for the heated seat switches and trac button because Morad didn't
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these are the ones, the outer ones
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did ya find the pig tails for the seat heaters? i'm going back to the j/y where i got the 02 center console to harvest more parts i might be able to get them for ya couple of quick snips how long do ya want the wires from the plugs?
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yah i got the wires but the center console is peeling, if you see one that is in really good condition I might consider it, thanks
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do ya want the 2000-01 console or the 2002-05 console i can find em between $30 and $60 bucks local complete
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I think what I might try is getting dash paint in the tan color and try to clean it good and paint it so it would match the rest of the dash
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ok i would be hard pressed to find a tan console local they are all gray here i think i saw a tan one on ebay but it was just a shell no bezels cup holders just a blank shell i'll check one out in illinois its a blue se and i think it might be tan guts ill let ya know
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