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Just recently got another Boxster and really missed having heated seats! Thought I’d share how I retro fitted a heated seat kit incase it helps anyone:
 

I’ve had them fitted for about a week now, and they are great! Much hotter than the factory. Total cost £60. 

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Really interesting - glad mine has heated seats - when looking for my car many on here said heated seats were a must - having used them for the first time on Sunday I can confirm that they were right - driving back from a PCGB meet in the frosty Cotswolds with the roof down my teeth were actually chattering,but at least my bum was nice and toasty 😂

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Great  video mate,  really appreciate it,  we should get this copied and pinned in the how to section,  @Araf

 

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On 1/9/2020 at 4:44 PM, Christopher2110 said:

Super video! 
Have you or anyone managed to wire them up to the factory heated seat buttons?

I used these instructions. 

http://www.dennisvogel.com/heatedseats/

The factory switches activate a relay.  The electrical connections are explained in the link.  I think you could combine the instructions shown at the link with the method in the video and make use of the factory switches. 

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20 hours ago, KevinH2000 said:

I used these instructions. 

http://www.dennisvogel.com/heatedseats/

The factory switches activate a relay.  The electrical connections are explained in the link.  I think you could combine the instructions shown at the link with the method in the video and make use of the factory switches. 

Super. I'll let you know if I have any luck

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