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Old 02-22-2013, 12:26 PM   #1
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Has anyone successfully added the aftermarket seated heat kits to their C6 seats? Is there any wiring in the harness for the factory heat option?
I cannot find a NRB 3LT base coupe. Since heated seats are very important to me, I am toying with the idea of buying a 2LT base coupe and having the aftermarket heat kits installed.
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I added heated seats to my 2LT '08 coupe a couple years ago. After a lot of research, I purchased the Heizgerat Setzt III heated seats kit form www.heatedseatkits.com. This company supplies Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, etc. I think I paid around 200 bucks for the kit and probably another 20 bucks for the installation kit. (You need the installatin kit because it includes a 2 step drill bit needed for mounting the switches in the factroy locations along either side of the ashtray door). It is a pretty easy job but you must take the seats out and take the covers off; about a two hour job, I think. When finished, the installation looks factory. If you want to send me a PM with your e-mail address, I'll send you some pictures.

I researched the possibility of adding the factory heated seats, but it is a next to impossible task and would easily cost over $1500 to accomplish. Probably more than that.
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I believe sir Walter chevrolet in Raleigh has a NRB 3lt
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It's a manual GS.
I am looking for an A6 base coupe.
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