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This is a discussion on Heated Seat Install within the Tutorials & DIY forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm a subie newbie. Just bought a 2012 WRX to replace my aging Jeep Cherokee for the tough Wisconsin winters. ...

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    Heated Seat Install

    I'm a subie newbie. Just bought a 2012 WRX to replace my aging Jeep Cherokee for the tough Wisconsin winters. So far it's been awesome. One upgrade I had to have was heated seats. Thanks to this forum and a couple of searches it was pretty easy. I bought heaters from a company called Warm Seats. The install was really straight forward, and the wiring harness was really easy to run. And for power, I went with a 10Amp pigtail fuse for an easy connection.
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    driver seat only?
    You can't have everything - where would you put it?

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    Passenger one going in tomorrow.

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