Got it. Thank you for your comments.
Thanks a lot!So your seats don't have the heating elements already?? Interesting. Many cars have like 4 bolts that need to come out to remove the seats. It should come out easily if you move the seat into the right position. On the disassembly of the seat.. If the front seats are like the rear seat was like in my car, you will have to remove the plastic seat anchors and I would imagine it would be like 20 per seat. They are designed to keep the metal rails for the creases in the seat in place. A flat blade screwdriver can make easy work out of the maze of plastic I shaped seat anchors but it is definitely time consuming..
I had to replace the foam as it became wet and moldy smelling from a leak in the trunk..
Good luck but everything should go into place relatively easily (assuming the heaters were designed for your seat)..
Thank you fro your comments.Front Seats are easy to remove Unbolt the torx bolts that secure the seats Unplug the connectors under the seat and remove the seat belt anchor at the side of each seat
No Need to remove the battery terminals Just make sure the key is OFF and you will not get a SRS code...Adding heat pads take a bit of work to remove the seat back from the seat bottom them remove the seat covers. All the Info is on WIS
I added the heat pads then upgraded to a set of Heated/Multicontour/Ventilated/Massage/Drive Dynamic front seats...That was NOT a Simple install!
Thanks for your comments.None of my business but have you looked into the cost of getting the OEM system?? I would imagine it would be expensive but you may be able to source the system from a wrecked car. Even if the seat does not heat I would have to imagine that the wiring would all be present and you might only need the OEM pads and the control switch..
Just a thought.