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Old 01-14-2010, 07:53 AM   #101
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No problem. There'* no better time than winter.

Something else I found out as I've messed with this stuff more and more. GM always used the same ressistance for high and low on their rocker switch setups. (2000+ Bonnevilles have a touch button setup). This allows us to use nearly any switch that was common to GM.

If they had heated seats Grand Prix'* 97+ got one, Regals 97+ had two. If I were to look for the stuff at the JY, I'd hope for a Regal since they didn't stitch the element to the leather every 2" along the seats like the GP'*. But the GP'* got a larger/fuller heating element and the Regals were mostly a small butt pad and lower back pad.
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No problem. There'* no better time than winter.

Something else I found out as I've messed with this stuff more and more. GM always used the same ressistance for high and low on their rocker switch setups. (2000+ Bonnevilles have a touch button setup). This allows us to use nearly any switch that was common to GM.

If they had heated seats Grand Prix'* 97+ got one, Regals 97+ had two. If I were to look for the stuff at the JY, I'd hope for a Regal since they didn't stitch the element to the leather every 2" along the seats like the GP'*. But the GP'* got a larger/fuller heating element and the Regals were mostly a small butt pad and lower back pad.


Are you aware of any heater control module being needed? I'm putting 04 grand prix heated leather seats in my 02 firebird, all mounted and ready but I need to figure out how to wire the heater. Does this require a special control unit added? and where can I locate the heater diagrams, I've yet to find a reliable source for this. Thanks!
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