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Old 01-14-2010, 07:19 PM   #1
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Found this SSEi on Ebay, but did not see the heated seats button on the floor console. Are heated seats an option on a SSEi?

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Thats weird that it doesn't, I thought it was standard on the SSEis

Did you catch this in the top description?
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It was an option. My 2000 does not have them either.
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You are really missin out Kev
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It also doesn't have traction control, as the whole button section is blank. It'* just a holder area.
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It has traction, in 2002 IIRC they switched it to the cubby area, before it was between the shifter and the cupholders
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It was an option. My 2000 does not have them either.
Maybe a project in your future, take heated seats from a totaled GXP and rewire/ install.

Hmmmm- we can find you some projects...
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It'* not the easiest mod to do, it takes some electrical knowledge to integrate the heated seat modules to the car, and the seats are a premium I just happen to stumble into Morad'* at the perfect time
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It has traction, in 2002 IIRC they switched it to the cubby area, before it was between the shifter and the cupholders
Ahhhh, I see it now.

Is there a place I can find what were options offered on 2002 SSEi? I want to make sure my car is fully loaded.
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Frank...I don't like sweaty balls! So, probably not!
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