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post #1 of 2 Old Oct 7th, 2005, 7:58 pm Thread Starter
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Thermo Switch for Aftermarket heating element...

Hello All,

I'm trying to wire my non-heated seat prior to a drive-in with Rick Mayer. I found a source for heating elements that looks promising.

My question is how can I regulate the heating elements ? I would prefer to have three way controls including off position and two temperature settings of 110 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit position or so. Anyone know of a way to wire in a thermo switch ?

Warm regards,
Mike "the Rat"
Oakdale, MN
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