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Old 10-27-2003, 01:53 AM   #11
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Yeah you also eat crap, so it brings you right back down where we all are..so whatever man :P hehe
That one got me busted. The boss had to see what I was laughing at...
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Those Aurora owners, i'll tell you something about them....
....I was damn proud to be one!!!!

I'll look at myseats tomarrow and see if I can get in there with out having to cut any stitches. Hope so, than I might get courgeous and give it a shot.
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Taylor, I doubt your seats are really that much different from mine and Gordy'*. It really wasn't that hard at all. Good kit, with good instructions. Boseman'* site helps, too. Don't be intimidated by this one at all.

In hindsight, it really wouldn't have been that hard to just remove the seats, but I did this without doing so.
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I pulled my seats to do mine. 4 bolts and a couple electrical connects for the adjustments and it was out.
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Mine will have to be done shortly as well...
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I'm joining the club Mine are going to be a gift from my mom and dad for christmas!!
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I'm asking for a set for christmas. Is it 100 for one seat or both? I only really need the drivers seat warmed (for now, maybe if i find a lucky lady i'll warm her bottom too ). How easy was it to tap power for this?
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I'm asking for a set for christmas. Is it 100 for one seat or both? I only really need the drivers seat warmed (for now, maybe if i find a lucky lady i'll warm her bottom too ). How easy was it to tap power for this?
I do not know about power... I'm thinking maybe I can use the hot wires for the power seats, that way it would be an always hot connection. PFYC has them for $99.99 per kit (one kit for each seat) so your looking at $200 for both the seats.
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I used the power from the sunroof. It is an accessory on that most likely will not have you useing both the sunroof and heaters at the same time. Plenty of power to go around.
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I used the power from the sunroof. It is an accessory on that most likely will not have you useing both the sunroof and heaters at the same time. Plenty of power to go around.
Accually, this may sound wierd but I do enjoy driving around with the windows down and the heated seats on even when it is snowing... Its great, your buns are on fire, but you still get an awesome winter breeze... I love it!!
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