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    Hi peeps. Does anyone know whether the half leather Vec b Sri seats will fit in the Vec C without much trouble? I think they're similar if not the same as some I've seen fitted to a couple of early 3.2 GSI's but not sure? Any help would be appreciated

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    I'm sure you will come across airbag problems if you try it fella.

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    That thought did cross my mind. Would it muck up all the airbags if I left the side seat bags disconnected? I know my Vec b had side bags but the connectors are bound to be different ��

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    Depends if u want airbags or not. Imo the b seats are horrible

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    if its unplugged will that not kick up a error on the dash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-R View Post
    if its unplugged will that not kick up a error on the dash.
    Which is MOT failure

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    A few peeps have asked this question mate and I have to ask the question ,why? I've had various vec bs and I've always found the seats to be pretty dreadful and not a patch on he seats fitted to the c, IMO avoid ,I don't even honk the half leather seats of the b Sri aren't even leather!

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