If I had an unlimited I'd think about doing it. It is pretty easy. I've looked into adding it to my front seats and just haven't found the time to do it. You can run the wires under the plastic around the door and then just put the carbon fiber pads under the seats and wire a switch to the back of the center console. Kits on eBay aren't too expensive and seem good
i installed heated seats in my Wrangler…. Installed them in the front seats, did seat and lumbar on driver and passenger. Not sure when you say back seat if you mean lumbar or or rear passenger seats. if so i info for you on that, as far as front seats go, there is a hog ring in the middle of the seat cushion that is a pain to get off so you can slide the pad under the fabric…. other than that is was pretty simple. Since I have the Sport and don't have the 120V outlet in the console I put the switches where the outlet would go.
Fuse "M9" is specifically for powering a rear heated seat. Are such offered by Jeep for some exports?
Like I said...I once saw a Mopar kit for rear heated seats....but I can't remember which where I (or even which forum) it was. I've been looking, but I can't find it. I already got the OK from the wife to make this purchase (she sometimes rides in the back with the 6 month old...).
The Mopar kit only warmed the bottom of the rear seats, not the back....but that is OK.
We do offer a kit for the rear seats. The kit for the left and right rear seat runs $200 and the kit for all 3 rear seats runs $300. They take around 3 hours to completely install and they work awesome. I have a complete kit in my JKU and my kids use them all the time. All of the switches look like factory switches and we recommend mounting them on the sides below the center armrest down by the rear cup holders.
I will be giving him a call shortly.
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From the thread that I can barely remember....it only covered the bottoms of the two outside seats. My wife got in back to sit with our fussy 6 month old....and she was complaining about how cold the seats were (compared to the heated fronts).
I was getting ready to do this and the problem I ran into for a 2013 wrangler, was the 2013 seat have a rib running down the middle to hold the seat cover on to the foam. I have Warm Seat waterproof seat heater and wasn't sure about cutting the heater element and so I ordered some seat cover from TrekAmor and will be adding them next weekend if I have time. My plan is to wire to my s-pod.
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