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Old 02-13-2006, 09:47 PM   #11
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$100 OUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

gonna PM some people with tan interiors...

and ask around at the yards
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how hard is it to change the Seat heater switch can i just pop it out or do i need to pull the console up?
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the 00 models have the switch on the door, shown here as item #2, later models have the switches on the console by the shifter or above the ashtray




Never seen them there. that on a factory manual? I know the memory seat buttons are there...
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Never seen them there. that on a factory manual? I know the memory seat buttons are there...
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my manual could be wrong.. my manual is a pre-release version
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Andrew..cost was something I fought as well. Then one day I screamed..."fine...I want the right look!"

At least you car has a panel that was made with them. Should make an easier install.
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the 00 models have the switch on the door, shown here as item #2, later models have the switches on the console by the shifter or above the ashtray




Never seen them there. that on a factory manual? I know the memory seat buttons are there...
boy that really looks like a New Gen Olds door....Custom88???
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the 00 models have the switch on the door, shown here as item #2, later models have the switches on the console by the shifter or above the ashtray




Never seen them there. that on a factory manual? I know the memory seat buttons are there...
boy that really looks like a New Gen Olds door....Custom88???
yes, i believe it is a 2nd gen aurora door...

and DJ, the memory seat switches on the bonnie are part of the trim ring around the door handle
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nope. Not sure what car that'* to. BUT, if I were to make an educated guess, I'd guess that it might be the Buick LeSabre, just because they do not have the center console, so there would be no where else to mount them BUT on the doors. Bucket seats were standard on the Aurora, so it wouldn't make much sense to put the switch on the door I dont' think. My switches are in the exact same spot as the Bonneville. (in fact, they ARE the same switches. lol. (except for TC, that'* by the ashtray on the Aurora.)
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Yes, that is the door panel from the Buick LeSabre Limited. Woo hoo. I was right. lol. I searched ebay until I found a picture of a LeSabre with heated seats.
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Thought it was a Sabre!
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