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    cant see the heat Stew ...dont believe you..lol
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    What we have here , is a failure to communicate

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    lol - I can tell you my sorry old ass and back can feel it.

    My smartest bit of winter prep was to install a factory radio with big knobs and buttons. I'll now be able to drive with my gloves on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCO6 View Post
    lol - I can tell you my sorry old ass and back can feel it.

    My smartest bit of winter prep was to install a factory radio with big knobs and buttons. I'll now be able to drive with my gloves on.
    What kit did you use for the heated seats?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Ball_LJR View Post
    What kit did you use for the heated seats?
    I used DORMAN 628-040 universal seat heaters. They had pretty good reviews on line and I would agree. They work great and the installation was pretty straight forward.

    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Krowned it.


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    Thanks I will have to order a set.


    Quote Originally Posted by PCO6 View Post
    I used DORMAN 628-040 universal seat heaters. They had pretty good reviews on line and I would agree. They work great and the installation was pretty straight forward.

    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCO6 View Post
    I used DORMAN 628-040 universal seat heaters. They had pretty good reviews on line and I would agree. They work great and the installation was pretty straight forward.

    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    How good are they? I'm thinking of adding someone like that to the rear seats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeep670 View Post
    How good are they? I'm thinking of adding someone like that to the rear seats.
    I've only had them in for about a week and I know the days are going to get colder but they're going to be good. They warm up just as fast as my wife's Hyundai, about 5 minutes to full heat. I put them on the high setting when I turn the Jeep off. The next time I start up they fire up quickly and eventually I back them off to the low setting.

    My only complaint is that I now realize how cold the steering wheel is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCO6 View Post
    I've only had them in for about a week and I know the days are going to get colder but they're going to be good. They warm up just as fast as my wife's Hyundai, about 5 minutes to full heat. I put them on the high setting when I turn the Jeep off. The next time I start up they fire up quickly and eventually I back them off to the low setting.

    My only complaint is that I now realize how cold the steering wheel is!
    Thanks.

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    I said I'll never put leds on my jeep but couldn't resist these..

 

 

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