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might look into ridgid lighting, google it, they have some pretty intense LED bars that might fit your application. Im looking to put one of their bars somewhere on the back of my truck so I can see better when backing up at night (tint). they also have a cool video on youtube called ridgid torture test or something like that
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I put the seat kit on during Christmas break also. I have cloth seats in my 07. Works nice. The only problem I'm having is one switches Low position LED's are already starting to blink and go off and on. It doesn't matter if you are in high, med or low, these two still blink. In low, the seat still heats so think it is a bad switch. I have contacted the selling dealer for a replacement switch but haven't gotten a reply yet.
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I put the seat kit on during Christmas break also. I have cloth seats in my 07. Works nice. The only problem I'm having is one switches Low position LED's are already starting to blink and go off and on. It doesn't matter if you are in high, med or low, these two still blink. In low, the seat still heats so think it is a bad switch. I have contacted the selling dealer for a replacement switch but haven't gotten a reply yet.
I agree that it must be the switch, they are actually pretty flimsy. With the Mopar name behind it I was expecting better quality on the switches. Anyway it was a Christmas gift so I can't complain too much, just hope it holds up. So far they are working perfectly, even the low setting is nice and warm.
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Real men don't need heated seats.
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Only until it gets down to -20c, then real men appreciate them.
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So the empty wiring harness under the seat is where they plug into? There is no relay to install or is it already in the truck?
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So the empty wiring harness under the seat is where they plug into? There is no relay to install or is it already in the truck?
Nope, everything you need comes with the kit including all the wiring. The only connection to the truck is into the 12v plug on the centre console, the one forward of the shifter. You need to run the wires from there under the rug to the drivers and passenger seats.
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Will this kit work on the 2014 Ram 1500s? My seats are cloth, and also have the electric lumbar support. Curious if that will hamper the installation.
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