There you go again OldDawg. Trying to set me up as the test pig. Where is that information? Do you have a link for me? A lot of stuff needed to get forced are to the bottom of the seat. Help me get started.OldRoadDawg said:The same company that makes the seat heaters also makes the seat coolers. Go for it Bob!
Actually Bob, I was at a shop in the Pittsburgh area about a week ago where they were installing heated seats in a Deville. I was reading through a trade magazine, Restyling, and there was an article in it about the products provided by Check Corp., the primary mfg of seat heaters. The article mentioned other accessories such as massage and cooling systems, so I asked the manager of the shop if they could do cooled seats on a CTS. He said they had never done one, but probably could. Quoted a guesstimate of $500. I would probably talk with a rep from the Check Corp. first to confirm that it was possible.RobertCTS said:There you go again OldDawg. Trying to set me up as the test pig. Where is that information? Do you have a link for me? A lot of stuff needed to get forced are to the bottom of the seat. Help me get started.
I'm not even gonna ask you why you want a heated Rear Seat!!:lildevil:wani0402 said:Even with a sensor, you should be able to install the heat pads without throwing off an airbag sensor. How easily could these be installed in a backseat as well? I would love to throw some in the back seat also.
My brother's Lincoln LS has 3 temps. My CTS only has 2. You'll never sell a 1 temp seat. Both of my temps are to hot for me. It should be a reostat.CTS V6 3.6 said:So I got in touch with a vendor and he is going to qoute me on group buy prices for 10, 15, and 20 purchases. I requested single temp kits since the retail of the dual temp kits is over $100 more. The retail of the single temp is $179/pr. and the dual is $299/pr. We will see how much of a discount he gives us. Who is interested?