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Benw1234

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  • First Name
    Ben
  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Fiesta Titanium 1.0T
  • Ford Year
    2013
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Hertfordshire

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  1. Have you connected the seats themselves (the big connector block under the seat) and also checked for the heated seat fuses in the fusebox? It is plug and play if you have the fuses already in place.
  2. I've had them in other cars and it is true that you get a weird feeling after a while that you've wet yourself! But the seats are slightly different in shape - I think they're more comfortable - plus the other reason for getting them was my two sons play youth football. Not only is leather easier to clean, but in winter they can warm up a bit quicker after the game (this was the pitch I made to my wife, anyway!).
  3. Seats were £180, switches (including the cut off loom) was £34 delivered and £4 for a connector block. I've got to eBay off my Titanium seats and the duplicate switches so this will come down a little, but won't know for a while.
  4. Hi guys, just completed the retrofit myself and this thread was really helpful. Just to answer this, the black/blue wire provides illumination to the heated seat switch. The back of the switch has 8 wires, with the connector block under the centre console having 7. They all match except for the blue/black one that goes to the grey connector under the stereo as mentioned. The switches will still work if this wire is left out, but for the OEM look, worth doing!
  5. Hi team, New to the forum and wanted to post on this thread, as it's been really helpful to help retrofit the heated leather seats! I've got the same car as the OP (2013 Mk7.5 Titanium) and had exactly the same experience. The small piece of loom is the tricky bit as mentioned. Finding the seats on eBay isn't too hard - they come up from time to time, in either full or half leather versions - but the small connecting loom just isn't available at all. I contacted loads of breakers and even the place I purchased the seats from, but they either didn't have it, had thrown it away o
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