Auto Parts Direct To You: This kit is available at amazon.com:
snnnoopy: I have a 2011 Dodge Ram and the dealership sub contracted the heated seats
when I bought the truck. I'm having a problem where the fuse is smoldering,
blue fuse, and it drains my battery. The wire for the seats go through the
fire wall, attach to a relay in 4 plugs and then an inline fuse and then to
the battery. 4 of the 5 prongs on the relay, one goes to the fuse and
battery, one goes to the seats, one is ground and I can't figure out what
the 4th connection is for. Can you shed any light on this?
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SuperDagod1: Can I just unplug my old heated seat from underneath and plug in this new
pad right into the old plug so I can use the same switch? Instead of
drilling a new switch?
Habib Bakar: Hello mate. I really need advice on how I could fit them in on my half
leather car seats. It doesn't have the fabrics to take off. I'm stuck. And
also. Could you send me a link to the dorman heated seat kit so I could
hoooboy: Man it's freaking cold outside... sounds like I will need to put that on my
To Do List! thanks for the video!
Chris Thomann: what size fuse was used for the power window and/or will the heaters draw
too much and pop it?
DwDrums2000: Thanks! This video was helpful!
BAMA GRAD: Why did you not vacuum up all that dirt when you had the seat out?????
Menghan Xu: Hi, can I just put the heat pad on top of my cloth seat and put leather
seat cover over my seat? do I still need to drill a hole on my seat? In my
case what should I do? do I still need to take off my seat?
jchasp: Installed this kit in the driver's seat of my 2014 Ford Focus (w/leather)
Not so difficult, except for extracting and replacing the seat (it's
powered, so I couldn't adjust it after I'd disconnected the battery.) The
pads are a bit wide for the seat back in my car, but managed to fit. Very
good video that gave me great tips! Thank you! BTW: Hog Clips are evil to
Jose Duran: If those are cloth seats are they susceptible to water shorting them out
should coffee or water spill on them?
0125Bart: Watch out with disconecting the negative pole on modern cars. If you
disconect the battery you possibly reset some computers. So your head unit
may ask for a code wich is hard to find.
victor111262: wa about for cold is there any kit for that
Auto Parts Direct To You: @Vindeeni Yes the leather should use the same procedure. Thanks
zebfullmer: Did you find any chicken nuggets under that seat?
Tragic Hero: all cars should have a rubber floor option.
R.QUINTERO624 1000 % OAXAQUEÑO DE ♥: Gracias,thank you I was looking for a video just how to remove the seat
cover from the crown vic and I think they could be washed now I have an
idea thanks APDTY
Kyle J.: Great video! Just a question: When tapping the seat into a fuse port, will
that one tap send power to both seats, or just one? If not, can you power
two seats from the same fuse or will that create a power overload?
vallesrun: can you put this in a 04 single cab sierra but put 2 and hook up all too
one switch/power source?
RedDogGonnit2000: Very well done. Good production and nicely narrated. I'm getting a set of
heaters in the mail in a couple of days and can't wait to start my project.
Thanks for taking the time to put this together.
turbobuick33: What is the part number for that kit?
Curtis J: Can I put my pads over the factory cloth
hpolo777: great video very informative
Knight31684: If you noticed the kit came with a fuse tap, he was just following
instructions..call Dorman if you have a problem with that.
hp11208: @APDTY Cool.how much they go for.
Knight31684: Before I go taking out my seat real quick do you know how BMW upholstery is
attatched? I have a 98 323is base model and heated seats were a option.
Also, could I use factory BMW heated seat switches if the electrical is
Julzilla: 1 person prefers freezing there ass of in the morning, literately.
InvisibleYetVisible: How long did this take to complete? Roughly?
SineWaveTV: "if i could move my hand that fast, id never leave the house" lol
Auto Parts Direct To You: The seat heater only draws about an amp of current, which is not enough to
pop the circuit breaker, even when run in parallel with the window motors.
The seat heater has worked great since installing it in this video and I
have not had a single issue.
Auto Parts Direct To You: Correct, this car was a pretty basic vehicle, no fancy airbags on this one.
Auto Parts Direct To You: @turbobuick33 The Dorman part number is 628-040,, I added a link in our
description to bring you directly to the part
Knight31684: Cant wait to do this in my older BMW
DrJayReaper1: Grt8 video it helped out a lot I can't wait to install heated seats in my
Knight31684: I am as well, you should learn to spell your profession, Mechanic! If you
respect yourself you are a Automotive Technician!...Dont take it to offense
but come on man you are a doctor of cars! :)
hp11208: Nice,im thinking of getting one for the winter but some dont really work.
joey goode: try cleaning under the seat
Auto Parts Direct To You: @premomh It's definitely doable, but you would lose your high and low
settings. The way the circuit is set up, when the heater is in low
position, the current runs through both heater pads in a series-style
circuit, when it's in high position, it runs them in parallel. So the only
way you could wire a single heater pad per seat would be straight to the
12V source (through a switch of course), which would in turn put the heater
pad on High whenever it is on.
ndchevy: Im kind of interested in what the options were lol
Auto Parts Direct To You: @LonelyWolf2494 Glad you found our information useful :) Good luck in your
Auto Parts Direct To You: I think you mean just sitting them on top of the seat and then you sitting
directly on the pads? They aren't really designed to work that way, they
would likely become too hot without that layer of fabric between you and
the heating element. But I could be wrong, If you give it a shot, please
let us know the outcome of how it works. Thanks!
4bying: Do all or the majority of seats come apart like this? Or are some seats
impossible to get inside of?
Curtis J: If I'm wraping my seats in tight leather covers c
Jesse Foulk: oh, before you seal up the back side of the seat I'd like you to install
this 12 inch subwoofer this there. just kidding.
Michael Premo: Thanks for the video! One question I'm thinking about getting the kit but I
was wondering how hard (in your opinion) it would be to splice it out so
that each pad is on 2 separate seat bottoms (driver's and passenger's -
just on the seat part not lumbar - then wire it up with 2 separate switches
that I would purchase separately).. I was trying to get a closer look at
the wiring but it was a little tough to see exactly. I own a 99 Jeep
Wrangler.I have above average mechanical/electrical skills.
ndchevy: Also could you do a vid of hardwiring it into the fuse box??
Auto Parts Direct To You: This particular kit is designed to only work for 1 seat at a time. Each
seat requires a separate switch to be hooked up. I am sure something custom
can be made with the wiring, but the kit wasn't technically designed to
operate like that.
Auto Parts Direct To You: @ndchevy Unfortunately we probably can't do a video on it at this time, but
it is fairly simple to hardwire it in. You just need to find a thick power
wire going to the fuse box that only has power when the key is turned on,
you would then splice the main power wire into that wire. If hardwiring, I
would recommend soldering the connection.
Paul Short: Nicely done. Well illustrated and narrated. Great instructional video.