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Retrofit Electric Heated Seats...

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Maq, Feb 17, 2011.

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    Jus bought and fittted my seats, had them for a few months and find them extra comfy. Now ive come to the stage to take full advantage of them by wiring them up. My old seats were standard seats with no lumbar or heat. There is a red connector in the seat, and the car which i believe provides power for the lumbar, the green plug provides heating, and my car doesnt have the green plug installed. Is there anyway in which i could get just the lumbar to work by adding the correct fuse?, im not fussed with the heating atm.

    I thought the lumbar was plug and play as the red connectors are ther!!!!!!!!

    Would be great if anyone could help.
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    all b7 are plug and play apart from the heat
    if you didnt have the lumbar you need to fit the fuse look in your book you will find it all in there
    to fit heat you need a new cc unit with heat controls and a loom from kufatec.de
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    I tried looking on the fuse box cover in the driver foot wheel, and there was no indication for lumbar support, but there was a slot for heated seats, but obviously without the connectors fitted inside it. So slightly confused where the fuse should go..:(
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    im not near my car at min so cant look for you
    but its the electric seat fuse you need to be lookin for im sure its a 20 fuse
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    Wiked, i will have another look. Thanks alot mate
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    No luck?
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