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911 seats in a Boxster


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Have ruined the seats in a 2004 Boxster S (top down, rain and sprinklers). Shopping for used and LAdismantlers has a set of 8 way seats out of a 911 (don't know the year). Would like to know if anybody out there has made this switch or knows of anyone that has or knows if they would fit without having to make major modifications. The seats I have in the car are heated and 2 way (I guess).

Thanks

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They should bolt in fine, but the unknown factor is whether the electrical connections are compatible. I think you can answer this question by looking under the seat at the electrical connector. If the 8-way seats have more than one connector or it looks substantially different from the one in your car, you are probably going to need to figure out how to make a wiring harness. If upon close inspection the connectors appear identical, it may be plug and play.

I'm in the process of installing a set of 911 heated seats in my 2000 Boxster. The seats that I just removed from my car are unheated. Here's a link to the guide that I am using:

http://www.dennisvogel.com/heatedseats/index.html

Read through this a couple of time (unless you are an engineer it may be a little intimidating at first.) It gives a very good explanation of the wiring system and the mechanics of installing and removing the seats.

I'm selling my current seats. You could have an upholsterer remove the covers and install them on your car.

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