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onlyina 02-06-2014 01:03 PM

Installing OEM heated seats on WK2 Laredo
Want to add OEM leather heated seats to my Laredo and am looking for some help. I know switching seats is no biggie but the trick is getting the heat modules to work.

How hard is it to switch the power seat harness? Just remove seat, center console, dash and carpet?

Where exactly is the heated seat module installed in the WK2? Behind the glove box? Ive read others state its under the passenger seat. Anybody have pics/graphics on this?

Looking through the heated SW post lead me to the heated seat module info Thanks @Scurvy & @Mhassler!

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Heres what I've found for the seat harness part#68086457AA

WIRING. Power Seat. Wiring Seats Front. Fits: JEEP (2011-2012), . # 68086457AA

Already have info on the auto climate control module w/heated seat switches

Any help/direction/part #'s would be greatly appreciated!

solodogg 02-13-2014 12:11 AM

Re: Installing OEM heated seats on WK2 Laredo
i'm interested in this also. i've got cloth seats, and would love to add heated seat pads under them, and use the factory controls to activate them. Anyone have any idea what all parts would be required to add this to a laredo?

Tarponbeach 02-14-2014 09:21 AM

Re: Installing OEM heated seats on WK2 Laredo
Don't know about using the OEM switches and harness, but these heating elements will work. I installed them in the rear seats of my old X5, and they worked great.. Installation is pretty easy. Remove the seat, then insert the pads between the foam cushion and seat cover.

Seat Heater Kit

Sparky57 01-14-2015 10:07 AM

Re: Installing OEM heated seats on WK2 Laredo
Has anyone had experience changing the seat heater pads in the WK2? My factory heating pad for the driver's seat bottom has failed and the dealership wants $853 to replace and reinstall a new one? Thinking it shouldn't be too complicated, just remove the seat and insert the new pad.
Any thoughts?

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