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    Default Seat wiring looms for heated seats

    If anybody is interested in doing the heated seat conversion , I can supply the two seat looms.

    The part numbers for the looms are 13142846 & 13214646, retail price is £144. You can have them for £50 inc. p&p.

    I've also got the two dash switches and the pads themselves, trouble is, I can't work out how to remove the dash switches, and the pads are stuck to the seats.

    If you wanted to buy from Vx: the part numbers for the pads are 13193561 & 13193564, retail price £170. The part numbers for the two switches are 13138252 & 13138251, retail price £43.

    If anybody is willing to swap over the seats (SRI) (to avoid me having to strip the looms, and to avoid buying the expensive pads, then I'm willing to sell the whole lot (with or without the switches, if we can get them out!!) for £100.

    To re-cap, seat looms alone £50, looms and pads (requiring swapping my seats for yours and switches, if possible) £100. My seats are standard SRI seats, driver tilt, rake and lumbar. Duke charcoal cloth.

    This lot cost me over £350 new, it's yours for £100 and a seat swap!

    Note: you will need to check if your body loom has the wiring for the heated seats - feel under the block connector (body side) and make sure there is more than 2 wires. The basic 2 wires are for side airbag and pretensioner, the rest will be for heated seats, electric memory seats, etc. I'm guessing most SRIs will have the full body loom up to the middle of 2004, i.e. 04 reg and some early 54 regs.

    The looms will work in any Vectra, not just the SRI, but if you fancy swapping seats, then I'm only willing to swap with another SRI.

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    I'm interested mate in the seat swop mate I have an 03 sri
    would we be able to meet up??

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    Would have gone for this myself but I have no body loom with it been a 06 SRi!

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    If our cut down body looms has saved GM from going bust, then I guess it's all worth it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OilBurner View Post
    If our cut down body looms has saved GM from going bust, then I guess it's all worth it!!

    I did hear that the rear vents had also been removed to recycle for the cdti turbos. Probably expains why most of them are dropping to bits

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    LOL!

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