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About Nickyg63

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  1. yeah not true! Would have saved some time & money if so cheers
  2. it was a generic eBay kit, looks like it could a waeco but no branding was apparent
  3. you welcome, feel free to ask any questions if need be
  4. get in touch if you need any guidance, cheers
  5. had them in and on today, they took a little time to get warm, but they will do the job! Had a nightmare with the passenger seat runner getting it squared!! found this in the runner!! I did wonder where the cigar lighter was??
  6. took me 10hrs, taking my time. used the switches with the kit, wanted to fit the OEM look but the parts cost was supersonic. The carbon elements are what OEM fit now, but it was the switches i wanted to get right. to be fair, i wanted to hide them away but after a conversation with my Bro in law we agreed that they don't look that offensive
  7. yeah it will all be part of the same system, you should be fine if you dont cycle the ignition.
  8. not a silly question, the airbags are in the doors so not in the seats. I would however not cycle the ignition just to be safe, you could disconnect the battery? I didnt want to possibly affect the key pairing.
  9. good point, hopefully a moderator can move it.
  10. Tilt the backrest forward and unfold the centre panel at the bottom of the back of the backrest, lift the centre upwards from the front and lift at the top with the 3 retaining clips. Lay the centre on the surface and unpick the back material to peel back the cover, you will also need to cut the hog rings ( 9 in total). Lay the heating element out and mark the hog ring locations(the element fitted nicely and I could get access to all of the hog ring locations. similar to the base pics Put the seat back together in reverse order using the pics you have taken
  11. I recommend you take pics to remember the location’s of clips wiring etc. also another recommendation is to lower the roof to aid with access to the seats Tools recommended: Hog ring pliers Philips screwdrivers Trim tools E14 female torx bit Side cutters Camera on your phone for pics torch Remove the seats by first positioning the seat to gain access to the plastic covers that cover the bolts that fix the seats. The seats are held in place with E14 male Torx bolts, remove the front 2 and slide the seat forward to remove
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