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Heated Seats for a Jeep
 

You will see something like this depending on if you have other switches or accessory power.  You need to remove the plug for the cigarette lighter.


Now take the cable from the Mopar kit and install it between the cigarette lighter and the cable just removed.




This cable you need to route somewhere that you can easily route the seats to.  I chose the inside left of the glove box.  The glove boxes flips down and out when you remove the side strap from the box.  To get the cable routed, you may have to temporarily remove the Heater control panel and route the wiring behind it.  You can now attach the cable junction to the cable you just attached.  At this point I moved to the seats.
 

On the rear bolt nearest the center console a T-50 torx will be needed.  Otherwise a 1/2 inch socket will suffice for the other bolts.

Remove the seat and place it in an area where you can work on it comfortably.

 

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