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Heated seat project
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On 10/11/2017 at 7:17 AM, Jay Cee said:

Hi
My Kadjar doesn't have heated seats from factory either.

But isn't the original heaters always there?
i was thinking to just add the buttons and it would work?

What did you find out in your adventures? ;)

No I'am afraid theres no heating pads wiring or anything else to do with it 

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Trouble with the Kadjar seats is the the line down the center from front to back.

This line has velcro on the back which fixes to a slot on the seat base sponge

So you cant reallt slot a pad in,  it needs 2, one either side of the line to keep the definition 

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On 08/10/2016 at 6:58 PM, darenh said:

I was going to do an install guide but the last one I did got that many comments about warranty issues that I'd thought I'd not bother, although it doesn't help folk who might want to have a go there's nothing like having a guideemoji851.png


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Could you please provide details as: 

1. how to fit the pads in the seats

2. how to power them

3. and how to mount the switches.

Thanks! :)  

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On 08/10/2016 at 6:58 PM, darenh said:

I was going to do an install guide but the last one I did got that many comments about warranty issues that I'd thought I'd not bother, although it doesn't help folk who might want to have a go there's nothing like having a guideemoji851.png


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Everyone decides for themselves about the warranty. And at this point some of us are almost out of the regular warranty anyway. I for one would very much appreciate an install guide :) 

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