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Author: Subject: Pair of Heated Vinyl seats, yellow piping
ch1ef

posted on 3/2/20 at 09:38 AM Reply With Quote
Pair of Heated Vinyl seats, yellow piping

I have replaced these seats in my car.
1 pair of vinyl finished seats
Yellow piping
Heated base panels (just need to run power on a switch to them)
They are in very good condition with minimal marks as can be seen in the pictures

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Collected from BS31 2TF, Near Bristol




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James

posted on 6/2/20 at 01:18 PM Reply With Quote
Unfortunately I'm not in a position to buy them as they look great.

Really interested to know about the heated part though- was it something you fitted yourself? Recycled heating elements from a donor car?

Looking at this sunny but freezing weather these seem a really good idea!





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ch1ef

posted on 7/2/20 at 08:22 AM Reply With Quote
Hi,

unfortunately it was the person i bought the car from who did the work

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Mr Whippy

posted on 7/2/20 at 12:06 PM Reply With Quote
you can buy the pads from many places online and are dead easy to fit under the covers. Amazon lists sets for just 28. I'd always have a reliable fuse for this...
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