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Old December 31st, 2009, 10:57 PM
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I am relocating my seat heat switches and wanted to see where people have installed them.

Looking for ideas for a stock dash and stock center console.

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Old December 31st, 2009, 11:29 PM
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I put a pair in the cup holder area of the cubby box. Actually in the middle of them, but towards the back of the holders. I don't have have a pick, sorry.
For 97's, I place them on the side of the console in line with the park location of the shifter.
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I put mine to the right of the rear window wiper/rear window heater & fluid button console. There's a landing area there that fits the buttons perfectly and you could easily replace the console should you decide to sell/get rid of the heaters. I can take a pic if you're interested.
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Mine are in the tuffy box outside of the stereo compartment.
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I put mine to the right of the rear window wiper/rear window heater & fluid button console. There's a landing area there that fits the buttons perfectly and you could easily replace the console should you decide to sell/get rid of the heaters. I can take a pic if you're interested.
I like the look of this setup ... where did you run the cables?
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Old January 3rd, 2010, 11:43 PM
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I haven't run them yet. I figured they'd follow the other switch cables.

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I like the look of this setup ... where did you run the cables?
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