car heated seat installation

Car heated seat installation

Come on and get in. The fat burning starts now. But seriously, what are you waiting for? You’re missing out, not just on the weather outside but also on your car’s heated seat.

Let’s face it: Car heaters aren’t cheap, and if you don’t install them regularly and properly, they’ll break down or get clogged up with dust and grime. If that happens, then your car becomes unsanitary to ride in – which is one less reason to use the heater in the first place!

That being said, installing a new heating system isn’t as difficult as most people make it out to be. You won’t need any special tools, and it will only take you a couple hours to have your seats heating up.

First step is to pick a place to put the unit. The easiest place is where you can reach it while driving, so look at the front of your car and make sure the area is clear of obstructions. Then, try to find a spot where you can hide the wiring that comes out of your car’s floorboard.

If there isn’t already a wire for an electrical outlet in that area, you can drill some holes in the firewall behind your seats and insert wires from there. It’s a bit of a process, but your wiring will last longer if you take the time to make the installation look professional. Plan ahead, and buy extra wiring from the start so that you won’t be short when it comes time to run the wires through your car’s walls.

If there is an outlet pre-built in your car then all you have to do is unplug it from your current outlet and plug it into your new heater unit. If there isn’t an outlet where you want to install the seat heater then purchase a junction box that is made for vehicle electrical outlets, or find one of the ones that are already plugged into a wall. If you have one already then all you have to do is unplug it from the wall and plug it into your new heater unit.

To turn on the heater unit, push in on the button on the top of the heater unit and hold it down, while pushing in on the knob to your right. Adjust either of these knobs to increase or decrease how hot you want your seats. Find a spot that works for you and enjoy your new heated seat! Visit here –

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