This looks awesome!!! Where did you get the kit from? Did you actually buy it from the dealer? How $$ was it?
I just got this kit for Christmas :smileup: and I am wondering about the switches and how they work. I already checked the pin-outs and know that there is a single dry contact obviously sensed by the control module. So each press must cycle around from off-low-med-high and off again. Is that how they work and do you ever see just four leds lit ? I'm considering buying the Aux factory switch bank that goes in where the RAM logo is so I need to understand how the switches work. Thanks for any help you can provide.This is where I installed my switches. Job wasn't too hard, removing the seats made it easier to install the heat pads and run the wires. Took about 3-4 hours to do and was totally worth it.
^^^^ That's interesting. I was fooling around with a 6V battary pack yesterday using the 4 pins that come out of the switch. I'm only bench testing the switch by itself. I could only light up two leds or six leds. There was no combination that only lit four of them. I'm trying to understand the switch so I can possible use the factory AUX switch bank. So I guess I will keep testing because there has to be a pair of pins that will light only 4 leds :4-dontknow:. I do know that two of the pins connect to the switch part and provide a momentary dry contact (so the control module must sense this and cycle the heat settings.The sequence is Off-High(6leds)-Med(4leds)-Low(2leds)-Off. So far I rarely use high cause it's pretty dang hot.
So any tricks to getting the seats out and installing the heating pads, I am going to try and install them on Sunday I decided to use the switches that came with the kit however will be locating them kinda out of view down on the side of the console. Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated.Like Russ said, alot easier to take the seats out for install. This is definitely a do it yourself job. Plus, the money you save not paying dealer labor can go towards more mods!