no, but if you find a way to do so, please let us know. My wife would love
to get into her Burb and my truck and not have her butt get so cold. The
cold on those leather seats just cut right through a single layer of
clothes. Got her some cover-alls for this Christmas, but I didn't intend
her to wear them to work in the morning (not too cool with a skirt).
Well, so far....
GM has told me that I can order the elements from them, but it is $125.00
per side, plus I would have to make up wiring harnesses and install
switches. That's not the part that concerns me. I called different wreckers
to see what they had, and they don't have anything. I am going to make a few
more phone calls to see if I can find some cheaper jobber elements, but
would probably use the GM switches for that "authentic" look. Nothing worse
than seeing those big faux chrome, plastic duckbill toggles.
"Snowman" <somethingorotherdotcom> wrote in message
How about some nice sheepskin covers. Real ones not the fakes. Warm in
winter and cooler in summer. I may put a set in the back of my 'burban cause
the girls alway complain but the wife and I have bun warmers. One of the
nicer things I've seen is the Chrysler Pacifica's idea warmers on front AND
second row seats.
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