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    Has anyone done this? How much does it roughly cost to do?

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    Here is the How 2 thread as for cost see below:

    Heated Seat Parts
    Seat Harness Right (One Required)

    13142846 (£70.54 + VAT)

    Seat Harness Left (One Required)
    13214646 (£56.88 + VAT)

    Heated Seat Mat (Seat Base) (Two required)
    13193560 (£47.00 + VAT)

    Heated Seat Mat (Seat Back) (Two required)
    13193565 (£22.70 + VAT)

    Heated Seat Switch (R)
    13138252 (£18.00 Each + VAT)

    Heated Seat Switch (L)
    13138251 (£18.55 + VAT)


    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15121

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    thanks mate

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    There was an aftermarket kit on ebay for 70 quid mate, doesn't use the original switches but is far cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    There was an aftermarket kit on ebay for 70 quid mate, doesn't use the original switches but is far cheaper
    think thats the route i would go

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    is it easy to take apart the seat to get the mat in ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    yeah i seen that kit mate. would it be posible to splice that kit into the loom and use vx switches?
    Last edited by Keithy; 26th December 2009 at 21:11.

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    I would think so, would take a bit of figuring out but should be possible

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    have you checked yours for the loom at the seats john?

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