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Remembered seeing this on a site where I used to buy parts for my Grand Prix. I'm thinking this would be a great project to add a feature that I feel should be basic with a leather interior. Anyone have any idea how difficult it would be to get into the seats to install? Anyone ever used this kit before (or one like it) and want to share their experience?

http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant....de=GN2004&Product_Count=1&Category_Code=GPINT
 

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I like the kit but I would take it to a professional seat upholsterer for installation so I didn’t mess anything up.
 

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Heated seats for a Roadster?

Heated seats wouldn't be basic with a leather interior if the car isn't intended for cold weather driving...This is a Roadster remember.

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if u look in the back of the seats the leater seat covers just zips off so u can install this fairly easy my only concern would be where to put the botton
 

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haylcron said:
Remembered seeing this on a site where I used to buy parts for my Grand Prix. I'm thinking this would be a great project to add a feature that I feel should be basic with a leather interior. Anyone have any idea how difficult it would be to get into the seats to install? Anyone ever used this kit before (or one like it) and want to share their experience?

http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant....de=GN2004&Product_Count=1&Category_Code=GPINT
http://www.sportsimportsltd.com/heatelcarsea.html

I found some other seat heaters that i like even better because the button mounts down at the side of the seat for a factory look. Check these out.
http://www.sportsimportsltd.com/heatelcarsea.html

they dont have the Sky listed yet but I emailed them and should available soon
 

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REDSKY said:
Heated seats wouldn't be basic with a leather interior if the car isn't intended for cold weather driving...This is a Roadster remember.

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Think of a nice September ride to enjoy the foliage in New England. Now imagine your top is down and think of your posterior. I, for one, would rather heat it than freeze it off!

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