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Old 01-20-2010, 05:23 PM
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heated seat/remote start

i searched but cant find any info so sorry if this is a repeat. i got a remote start for my 08 and was wondering if there was a way to wire it to turn the seats on heat when the truck is started. thanks.
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Old 01-20-2010, 05:49 PM
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What brand and model of remote start do you have. I know that the Python/Viper/Clifford products can.
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sorry i didnt think to add that tidbit of information for help. it is a ford remote starter. the dealer is installing friday or monday. im not sure the model other then ford, hope this helps.
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You probably have to ask them. I know how it is done on the Directed Electronics products (Viper, Pyton, and Clifford), but not on a Ford one.
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You probably have to ask them. I know how it is done on the Directed Electronics products (Viper, Pyton, and Clifford), but not on a Ford one.
I've got a clarion RS 9000. Do you know how to make the seats heat?

Thanks
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Sorry to thread jack, but I got a question too. My passenger side seat will get hot, but my drivers side wont. The light will come on when you push the button, but it wont even get warm... Does anyone know anything about where the fuses would be for them?
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Send a message via AIM to cj performance
yourheated pad proabably went out if i only gets a little warm
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you need to send a latched output (negative) set to 8 minutes to gray/blue (driver) and gray/yellow (passenger) wires behind the heated seat switch
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you need to send a latched output (negative) set to 8 minutes to gray/blue (driver) and gray/yellow (passenger) wires behind the heated seat switch


slow down........ i need to what?
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slow down........ i need to what?
you need to send a latched output meaning you press the button once and the output from the remote starter will stay on or latch maintaining an output and that output has to be connected to the gray/blue and gray/yellow wiires behind the heated seat switch and they must be diode isolated so that they remain independant
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