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Retrofitted heated seat install


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Howdy all.

 

Finally received the letter from GM saying the dealer is ready to install the necessary parts to get my heated seats working.

 

For those who have forgotten, took me 11 months to get my truck after ordering it, picked it up in June of this year and last week have the heated seats and new front panel installed.

 

Glad because my toosh gets cold on these cold morning start ups.  They work as they should.

 

Anybody else still waiting on theirs?

 

Lee

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Still waiting on this. Truck delivered end of Feb '22.  Dealer is checking every few days, along with several other customers. 

With the cold weather we get, at least the seats will be cryogenic treated... lol

I'm getting ready to sell the truck.  So hoping this gets done soon.

 

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I bought an after market 1 piece Heated seat cushion (Bottom & Back)  for $35 bucks +- / fits great with straps and hooks with 3 temps settings , auto off, and runs on my powerpoint cigar outlet, just 3 amp draw - from SOJOY makes it

 

Actually works better then OEM, until I get the refit

 

https://www.sojoyusa.com/shop/

 

https://www.sojoyusa.com/product/sojoy-12v-heated-car-seat-cushion-sj120r009t-2/

 

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9 hours ago, Pryme said:

So did yours come with a button/button’s already installed or did they need to do that too?

 

wonder how involved it is to put them in? I know it’s pretty common in the aftermarket to do them. 

Whole new panel plus new screen.

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4 hours ago, sheath said:

Still waiting on this. Truck delivered end of Feb '22.  Dealer is checking every few days, along with several other customers. 

With the cold weather we get, at least the seats will be cryogenic treated... lol

I'm getting ready to sell the truck.  So hoping this gets done soon.

 

Why are you selling a new truck?

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Still waiting. Bought a 2022 LTZ back in September (found one in transit to dealer and bought it before it arrived). Picked it up the 8th of September, still waiting for the heated/cooled front seat bottoms and the parking assist. 

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Its fun on the ordering side of this deal.  That's for sure.

 

1/2 tons we have to inspect the truck in person to determine if the radio screen/faceplate assembly is needed, and then order the parts. 

 

All HD trucks need the faceplate. 

 

All trucks get the HVAC control and the seat module.  

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23 hours ago, sheath said:

Still waiting on this. Truck delivered end of Feb '22.  Dealer is checking every few days, along with several other customers. 

With the cold weather we get, at least the seats will be cryogenic treated... lol

I'm getting ready to sell the truck.  So hoping this gets done soon.

 

If you like the truck then hang in there...

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3 hours ago, newdude said:

Its fun on the ordering side of this deal.  That's for sure.

 

1/2 tons we have to inspect the truck in person to determine if the radio screen/faceplate assembly is needed, and then order the parts. 

 

All HD trucks need the faceplate. 

 

All trucks get the HVAC control and the seat module.  

So if a guy wanted to retrofit heated seats in a wt 2500 what would he need?

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