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Old 04-01-2013, 04:19 PM
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excursion to f250 seat swap

I obviously they can be bolted in, im 99% doing it for the heated driver and passenger seats that the lariat should have had.

Do the wiring harnesses match up tho as far as the heat will work? Thats my main concern vs buying a kit.
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Old 04-05-2013, 05:22 PM
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no one knows?
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I obviously they can be bolted in, im 99% doing it for the heated driver and passenger seats that the lariat should have had.

Do the wiring harnesses match up tho as far as the heat will work? Thats my main concern vs buying a kit.
If the truck didnt have it installed it wont have a plug there for the seats, at least my 2000 didnt and i just installed heated seats. I had to hard wire them with a relay it wasnt that hard with some electrical knowledge.
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Did you run the power for the heater off of the existing wiring or did you run a wire to the fuse box or battery?
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:43 PM
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Did you run the power for the heater off of the existing wiring or did you run a wire to the fuse box or battery?
Its wired off the existing wires but i have a relay that is activated by a secondary power source so i dont have to worry about too much power draw and blowing a fuse
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i wish i had me some electrical ejamakion so i could do the **** i really wanna do lol
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:21 AM
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i wish i had me some electrical ejamakion so i could do the **** i really wanna do lol
Idk man ill be totally straight up with you i thought i was like that too until i finally jumped in and tackled a few easy projects and slowly built my skill set and now i understand basic 12v wiring, its actually pretty easy you just have to think of everything as a complete circle back to the battery
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