How to add Cooling Function to Seats?

Discussion in 'Audio & Electronics' started by Meccanoble, May 3, 2018.

  1. Meccanoble

    Meccanoble Full Access Member

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    My driver seat developing a rip, the back part of it doesnt completely close and only the back part of the seating works. Butt part turns off after 30 seconds or so. I say all this because down the road, instead of repairing these things, might just try to replace/add the cooling feature that the LTZ and Denali/Escalades have. What would be needed to do this? I'm thinking the buttons on the door card along with the seat and a module I assume? Just curious how much work to add cooling to see if its worth the project, especially if your seat is missing tons of features or in bad shape.
     
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    riverracerxxx TYF Newbie

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    I’m curious about this too. I have non heated leather bucket seats in front and am interested is swapping in heated cooled seats. I would have to add the button panel to the door, but I’m wondering if the wiring is already in the door.
     

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