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Ventilated seats buttons

Hello! Can anyone tell me where i cand find the buttons from central console to buy?especialy the ventilation/heating ones...

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Be darn if I can find that gearshift control panel either looking at:



But giving me a severe case of sticker shock, for my nav radio, 3,100 bucks. And they say this is my reduced price. Just looking for the switch or the entire panel, having problems with yours or trying to and add on. Had mine out, would really need some tiny fingers to work on it.

Really doubt if you could just replace the switch, dey all do dis, have to replace the entire panel. Blower motor switch in particular, high surge currents, 25 amps in constant current, held in by two screws, but can't buy one, have to lay out 330-500 bucks for the whole new panel. Since I have worked both in industrial and military electrical, these are the cheapest poorest switches in the world.

Sure can't repair radios anymore, use their own stock numbers on chips with over 100,000 different chips, and no cross reference, forget about a touch screen, use a clear coating for conductivity, if one land breaks, screwed, and can't even buy a new one either, just the whole radio.
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No more power switches in these newer vehicles, just fire an extremely low current to the computer, called a dry circuit. Purchased package of a hundred of these for around 4 bucks, but did not take my gear shift console apart to learn what they are using. But will if I have problems with it. Oh, and out of warranty.

Never thought I will see the day when it cheaper to buy a new vehicle than to repair an older one. And if you want all these goodies, a heck of a lot cheaper to get them with your new purchase than attempt to add them later.
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If you're serious in digging it up, you'll have to dig through google pages on the Korean and Australian sites.

Here in the USA we never received the heated steering wheel option (another feature which can be seen in the original picture above)....although Canada did receive that option.

Back to researching what you're looking for - it won't be a simple purchase with the toggle button and you're done. I haven't had the time to dig through if the wiring is already in the vehicle, and even if it is in order to run the vented seat function...you'll still need to purchase the little fans for each front seat.

I'm guessing the fans and the toggle buttons retail for $500-1k if it can be found at all.

Intresting theory - I wouldn't be surprised if the wiring was pre-existing on the Korean production models. I'm doubtful it's there on the Alabama models unless the wire harness was manufactured from Korea.

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Felt electrically heated seats were an overkill until I pulled my hamstring, that heat felt great. Wife's law is do not buy any vehicle without electrically heated seats.

Cheapest way to get them some other goodies, is to order them with your new vehicle purchase.

Some of my kids have them with a new vehicle, but had problems, were repaired free under warranty. Sure don't want to listen to rock music and move your butt back and forth, can break those fine nichrome wires in that heating pad.
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Retrofitting ventilated seats would be pretty amazing, honestly. Though it's likely you'd have to get the entire seat since it'll require a specially perforated leather.
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Ha, for a thousand extra bucks, got a whole bunch of stuff, power sun roof, electronic suspension, side alerts, factory GPS, ventilated seats, Infinity sound system with an external amplifier, power seat with power lumbar.

But when I look at parts cost, 3,200 bucks just for the GPS radio, no Infinity sound system, no speakers, no GPS antenna, no external amplifier. And all the connecting cables are there.
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Wife's law is do not buy any vehicle without electrically heated seats.
Heated seats were a must-have when shopping for my wife's car. I haven't used mine in the E yet. More than likely, they won't unless I'm up north during the winter (which probably won't happen). I turned the seat heaters on in the VW before turning it in just to make sure they worked.


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When your doctor tells you, you need to put heat on it, would think these things could be used as a medical health tax deduction, but the IRS has different ideas on this subject.

Another nice option would be a vibrator.in the seats.

Before seat belts were made mandatory, least you could move around a little now tied in tighter than a drum. Need something to keep your blood circulating.

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When your doctor tells you, you need to put heat on it, would think these things could be used as a medical health tax deduction, but the IRS has different ideas on this

That comes down to those pesky technicalities everyones always referencing. Heated seats are not a medical device blah blah...


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