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    New interior is in finaly.

    Well as it says
    bought a S-line interior a few weeks ago now and its finally in..
    rear panals where abit of a task but they went in after a fight haha
    going to be buying the heated seat stuff to get that working after pay day (if youv got one lying around pm me)
    so iv gone from a grey cloth sport interior to the black heated S-Line leathers
    so what do you all think ?





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    Definitely an improvement over cloth.

    Are they heated seats, so just need to connect from the floor to the climate etc?

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    yeah need the climate control unit with the heated seat switch's on aswell...
    but yes, i like them. big differance

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    Just make sure you dont get the chrome dial version climate control, as its not compatible with your car.

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    Re: New interior is in finaly.

    ok. cheers wud be a expensive mistake

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    Hi huw, what a transformation, you must be well pleased. Nice work. x
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    Re: New interior is in finaly.

    Nice work mate.
    Could you give us a bit more details about replacing the rear panels?
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    Looks nice mate.

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    That looks really smart mate. Glad you finally got it all sorted

    Did you ever get an explanation from ParcelFarce on why they messed up?

    As of yesterday the heated seats are now wired in on mine and just in the nick of time as it's cold as a polar bears bumhole out there today. I'd heartily recommend you get yours sorted if you can get all the bits together. It certainly made for a more pleasant drive to work this morning.
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    ye doin the back panals is abit of a pain
    similar to the fronts really but with loads of trim pieces around them to get lined up..
    the plastic at the bottom of the door is a perticular swine.
    theres 3 little nobbles that need to be placed in and then slid backwards..
    and its only possible if you take out all the panals in the boot.
    only one screw and alot of clibs.. i managed to get them out without breaking any.
    it does come of it just takes alot of pulling, so much ull think your breaking it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tempy View Post
    That looks really smart mate. Glad you finally got it all sorted

    Did you ever get an explanation from ParcelFarce on why they messed up?

    As of yesterday the heated seats are now wired in on mine and just in the nick of time as it's cold as a polar bears bumhole out there today. I'd heartily recommend you get yours sorted if you can get all the bits together. It certainly made for a more pleasant drive to work this morning.

    nah i didnt mate.. just general refusal to talk to me now really.
    i shall be buying all the bits soon. next month hopefully.
    and yeah its like a differant car really.

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    that looks nice mate, now just change the centre console to match

    if you need any tips on sorting the heated seats out gimmi a shout
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