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Old 05-06-2014, 10:33 AM
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2003 Ford F150 heated seats

I'm going to install front seats from a 2003 F150 into my 1970 F250 truck. These seats are heated. Does anyone have any idea how to make the heat feature work? I haven't tore into them yet. The seats have a button on the side for the heat. I'd like to just turn them on & off with the switch. Does anyone have a wiring diagram?

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Heated seats are very simple. You can turn them on and off and adjust the amount of heat. You don't want them to just turn on and off or you'll roast.

Why don't you ask this question in the electrical section, you'll get better answers?
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Thanks, I didn't think about that. I'll post it over there.

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Heated seats are very simple. You can turn them on and off and adjust the amount of heat. You don't want them to just turn on and off or you'll roast.

Why don't you ask this question in the electrical section, you'll get better answers?
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