I'm getting ready to redo my seats (1975). I bought seat heaters and I'm wondering how they get installed. Usually they just go on the foam under the covers, but my seats have these metal wires thar slip into sleaves on the covers that have clips that go through the foam to another wire under the foam. Do I just poke a hole in the heater to allow the clips to pass through them?
Vette(s): 1980 Black on Black 4speed
17x9 rear, 17x8 front with 255-50R-17 Nitto tires
OBX Stainless Steel sidepipes
DeWitts radiator with dual electric fans
I bought some seat heaters but haven't installed them yet. The ones i purchased do allow you to put holes in it as long as it does not disrupt the coil's electrical flow. Some use a coil wire, while others use a carbon fiber grid pattern. If you look on places like Summit racing, they have instructions for that product you can view which has a section on how it can be cut.
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