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Well...here I go...maybe paving a new path for Cayenne owners? I'm going to install

OEM quality seat heaters on the front seats. Porsche does not offer retrofitting and I'd really

like heated seats here in CO. :beer: Found a very high quality kit, have studied up on seat removal and cover removal including Air Bag precautions, and purchased a hog ring plier kit to boot :( WISH me Luck!!!

I'll take pics.

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Well...here I go...maybe paving a new path for Cayenne owners? I'm going to install

OEM quality seat heaters on the front seats. Porsche does not offer retrofitting and I'd really

like heated seats here in CO. :beer: Found a very high quality kit, have studied up on seat removal and cover removal including Air Bag precautions, and purchased a hog ring plier kit to boot :( WISH me Luck!!!

I'll take pics.

Who makes the kit? I would like to put them in my back seats.
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The company is HEIZGERAT SETZT. I'm installing the HEIZGERAT SETZT II with illuminated switch. One thing I can't decide on is whether to place the switches at the side of each seat which would be easy or on the center console where the OEM switches normally are. I also contemplated buying the OEM switches and using them. The rocker switches that come with the units are small, round and lit and show diff.colors for heat settings...actually pretty nice. But I like the OEM look.

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The company is HEIZGERAT SETZT. I'm installing the HEIZGERAT SETZT II with illuminated switch. One thing I can't decide on is whether to place the switches at the side of each seat which would be easy or on the center console where the OEM switches normally are. I also contemplated buying the OEM switches and using them. The rocker switches that come with the units are small, round and lit and show diff.colors for heat settings...actually pretty nice. But I like the OEM look.

Hi Did you by chance confirm that the heating elements are not already in the seats?

I only ask this, as the option price to add heated seats, is so small, 310 UKP in the UK, that by Porsche prices I cant see that its economical for Porsche to carry 2 types thro manufactoring? I'm wondring if when OEM switches are added the rest might already be in there waiting!!

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Look for some plugs under the seat? that are not being used

So... if those unused plugs are there, under the seat...do you think one could order the control module, relays and switches needed to retro fit the factory system? Or are you saying the switches/relays of an aftermarket system could could be used with those plugs?

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