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    Its not hard to wire them up yourself. I've added heated seats to cars before with aftermarket kits. Its just two wires for power and the switch to control them.


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    Looked under the seat of a 2019 SE hatchback. Heated seat wiring chilling there waiting for something to plug in. So I guess the ES model has a different body harness...
    -Karl B. Relevant vehicle for here is a 2019 Mirage ES 5 speed hatchback. Lots of Toyotas and old Chryslers also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1a1f View Post
    Interesting. Is the plug under the console ready either?
    So I popped the console thing off today to see if maybe the connector was there and no dice on that either. Would have to 100% custom wire it to use the factory stuff. Oddly enough the fuse box has the spot for the relay ready to go and the fuse already installed.


    -Karl B. Relevant vehicle for here is a 2019 Mirage ES 5 speed hatchback. Lots of Toyotas and old Chryslers also.

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