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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:44 pm    Post subject: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

I'm not sure who to contact to move threads over to a different part of the forum so I'll just make a copy of it here, where it actually should be Smile

So I got this Dorman Universal Seat Heater kit on ebay for a steal by winning the auction for it for 30 bucks. I got away like a fat rat since the normal price is between 70-90 bucks (ouch). I was bored last night and the daughter was sleeping...finally some time for myself (yea right)! I had nothing to do so I said, hey why not yank my seat out in 25 degree weather @ 1am on a Sautrday night, bring it inside and install the kit?

Here is a DIY on it. I've put up a DIY last year on installing a heated seat kit but the board was hacked and all was lost. It took me about 1.5 hours to get the seat out and to get the kit in. I'm assuming that it will take more than 1.5 hours for most as I have already done this DIY. This should be for all mpvs from 89-98 as I'm under the assumption that the cloth and leather seats are virtually the same. Please forgive me as I have pics of almost every single thing I did but I figured if I make it as detailed as possible it would help a member want to do this DIY even if they thought of it but may have gotten discouraged due to lack of know-how or nerves or whatever reason.

Enough of my pre-babble. Here's a list of the tools and supplies you would need:

Heated Seat Kit (wire element or carbon fiber, doesnt matter as long as its universal)
Socket wrench w/ 12mm and 14mm sockets
Needle-nose pliers
Small wire cutter
Philips screw driver - flathead optional
Knife
Pack of 20+ long zip-ties/cable ties
Courage

First we have to remove the seat. In my case, it was the drivers seat. Use your philips screwdriver to remove the gas door access cover.



Remove the two bolts to remove the gas access from the seat base



Next is the e-brake. Remove the two bolts to remove the e-brake from the seat base



Then, disconnect both the e-brake sensor and the seat belt sensor



This was a thorn in the buttocks, but for a minute or so. Remove the plastic clip from the seat base with your needle-nose pliers as that's the connector side that goes into the car...grrrrrr



Grab the philips and remove all 4 seat bolt covers. 25% done!




Next, get the socket wrench w/14mm socket and remove the seat bolts. Keep in mind, if your seat has never come out of your mpv, those bolts will be a problem. You can use an impact gun if you have one or get a pipe that can slide over your wrench for extra oomph. I almost called it quits for the night until i remembered my warhammer, an 18" monkey wrench lol about 5 taps shocked the bolts loose



Bring the seat back forward and lift the seat out the mpv! The edges of the base are sharp so be careful not to scratch your door panel removing the seat...somewhat heavy. 50% done!


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:45 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

Now that you have the seat in front of you, it's time to install the heated seat kit. Here's the kit. Comes complete with pads, wire harness, instructions and even a hog ring kit with many hog rings although I barely used them. You'll see later on down this DIY



Patient waiting for its new implants...



Lay the seat on its back to expose underneath it. Three hog rings are in the front. Grab the pliers and begin to twist them off. They are kind of tough to remove IMO. You can grab a flathead or knife, whichever is thinner, and pry the hog ring open at the point where the two ends meet. Then you should be able to twist the hog ring enough to be able to wriggle them out. In the middle there was a zip-tie that held the seat belt connector in place. If you have one, clip it off as well.




It gets crazy here...there are six hog rings that need to be removed from underneath the seat. You will need a lot of patience for this lol. You can lose about 10 minutes but save a lot of heartache by removing the seat base. Remove the 4 seat base bolts with your socket wrench w/12mm socket. I didn't have to but I wish I did as I thought of it after I was done removing the rings...




The plastic clips holing the seat belt connector needs to be removed in order for the leather/cloth to be pulled back far enough for the pad install. Use pliers and unclip them. They are right where the first hog rings were.



Now it's time to peel the leather/cloth off a bit to expose the foam where the pad will be stuck to but not before you remove 6 more hog rings lol



Yesss! All six removed!



Grab a pad and begin to position it onto the foam. You want to have the wire towards the back and away from the active part of the seat. This model kit has an opening in the middle which coincidentally is the same width as the gap in the foam. Perfect! Who would have thought?



When you find the spot that you prefer the wire enters through the foam, grab your knife and begin cutting. I didn’t make too big of a hole, just something small enough to get the connector through. Have a long enough knife that is able to pierce through the bottom of the foam.



When you reach the bottom, open it a little bit more with your finger to pass the wire through. Pull most of the wire through.



Remove the adhesive from the pad and re-position it back onto the foam. Make sure to spread the pad evenly to prevent any bumps from appearing. If they do, remove the pad quickly and re-position. I should have had the wire going straight down into the foam instead of more towards the center but I was thinking that I didn't want to get too close to the railing thinking the wire would interfere with something but it is better to just have the wire run straight down from where it is. I'll be doing that with the next 3 chairs.



Now it's time to attach the leather/cloth back onto the foam. Pull the leather/cloth back down over the foam and spread out evenly to prevent any bumps. I tried using the new rings that came with the kit but that proved difficult for me as I've never used hog ring pliers or installed new hog rings, and the space was too tight for me to work the hog rings in position. So I broke out my pack of zip-ties and used those as the substitute. Worked out much easier, so much easier that I used nothing but zip-ties to button the bottom back up! It would have been nearly impossible to try to use the hog ring pliers for the bottom six hog rings even if the base was removed anyway. The seat would have had to be disassembled just to replace those hog rings on the bottom...not worth it especially when zip-ties work just as great and is much easier to use. Oh yea, on the last three ties in the front, tie the seat belt wire back just as it was before it was removed. Use the small wire cutter to clip down all the extras.






Time to do the back part of the seat! Much faster than doing the bottom.



There are 6 hog rings at the back of the seat. Remove those hog rings.




Remove the armrest. To do so, you'll need to access the zipper. The zipper is hidden on the inside. Lift the arrest up and use your pliers to pull down the zipper. Unzip and pull back the leather/cloth a little just to expose the bolt.




Begin to work the leather/cloth up the seat. Be easy when bringing it up because you don’t want to damage the leather/cloth while moving it past the armrest part. When you get past the armrest part, you'll see two hog rings going across the middle of the backrest. Remove those two hog rings.



No need to go past those two hog rings as there's more than enough space to position the other pad.



Position the other pad over the backrest, wire towards the bottom. Route the wire into the groove of the foam toward the bottom of the backrest where it will come out. When the pad is in the perfect position, remove the adhesive and apply the pad onto the foam.



To conceal the wire, you can fish it through the back adjuster cover. Keep the wire behind the seat adjuster mechanism to prevent any interference.



Now we have to button up the backrest. Use twist ties to take the place of the upper two hog rings that were removed. Pull the leather/cloth back down over the bottom of the backrest, being mindful of the armrest part again. This time I used the hog rings that came with the kit to button it back up.





The seat is complete. Now onto the wiring. 75% done!!!

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JDM chrome power-folding side mirrors with heated mirror retrofit/JDM chrome grill/JDM rear spoiler/Android 6.2" D-Din Navi/Four 7" Farenheit monitors/heated seat kit retrofits,1st and 2nd row/Crimestopper remote start

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:46 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

Okay wiring time. Place the seat back in your mpv, no need to bolt down for now. You want to be able to connect the wire harness connectors with the heating pad conectors. First, check to make sure you're getting power from the fusebox. You'll need to change the fuse tap to a mini as the fuse tap supplied with the harness is atc. Autozone and Advance sells the same type of fuse tap for Dorman products. It comes in a kit and has different size fuse taps, including the mini tap. Its about 2 dollars.



After you get the fuse tap kit, look at the fuse panel. You'll see two 15-amp fuses on the bottom of the panel. Above the two fuses you'll see two 10 amp fuses. The 10-amp fuse on the left is for the instrument panel and cruise control and the 10-amp fuse on the right is for the fog lights. You'll use the inst. cluster/cruise control fuse since the power since its only active when the car is in the ON position. You don't want the fogs since your lights will have to be on in order for the heated seats to work. Connect the power wire to the fuse on the left. Next you'll need a ground point. Here's how to get to the closest one...

Remove the side panel




Then look to the left inside and you'll see the factory ground point



Remove the screw, re-install screw with the harness ground wire back onto the ground point



Then connect the harness and the pad connectors together and flip the switch. On the switch itself, low power should be an amber light and high power is red. If you got power in the switch then congrats your heated seat is ready to be used and you'll just have to tuck away your wires under the carpet with zip ties to give it that nice factory look





I chose this spot. The manual says to use a 25/32 drill bit...of course I didnt have one. I used a 1/2 inch bit and used a much smaller bit and made the hole a bit bigger until the switch fit through



to tuck under the carpet, grab your Philips and remove the screws to the kick panel. Remove the kick panel and lift the carpet up. Place wires underneath and fish up to the fusebox. Bolt down your seat and screw in the seat bolt covers, reconnect seat belt and e-brake connectors, bolt e-brake back onto seat, bolt gas door access onto seat, screw back gas door access cover.......project complete!

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JDM chrome power-folding side mirrors with heated mirror retrofit/JDM chrome grill/JDM rear spoiler/Android 6.2" D-Din Navi/Four 7" Farenheit monitors/heated seat kit retrofits,1st and 2nd row/Crimestopper remote start

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 11:23 am    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

Shocked well done,can't believe you tackled this project at night time. I'd be leery to do this project though since I have no leather seat Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 8:00 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

thx! yea the daughter was sleeping and i was bored out of my mind so instead of playing call of duty, why not knock out the seat kit lol

very quick install for me, 1.5 hrs to remove seat and install kit, another hour for wiring and switch install. very useful diy to deal with those cold days/nights lol

as long as your cloth isn't glued into the foam you're good to go. i'm not sure if the gen 2 mpvs have glued cloth but the cloth wasn't glued for the gen 1's. plus its much easier for a cloth install since the fabric is more flexible than the leather and your buns will get warmer much faster on a cloth heated seat than a leather seat.

if your cloth isn't glued, i say go for it. about 70-90 dollars and some time and you'll have a great additional feature to your mpv buddy.

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JDM chrome power-folding side mirrors with heated mirror retrofit/JDM chrome grill/JDM rear spoiler/Android 6.2" D-Din Navi/Four 7" Farenheit monitors/heated seat kit retrofits,1st and 2nd row/Crimestopper remote start

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:45 am    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

nah, i'm not handy at all to do this project but you documented well. Being in Cali, heated seat is not a must. What I admire about the 89-98 MPV owners, you guys are true enthusiasts....like I found out the other day that one of our members here has a turbo MPV Shocked
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:34 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

ahh you're in cali yea not a necessity at all lol. yea mpvtt is his name. he dropped a twin turbo engine from a nissan 300zx or something. str8 nutz.
Green Machine (Green '97 ES) - 90K!
JDM chrome power-folding side mirrors with heated mirror retrofit/JDM chrome grill/JDM rear spoiler/Android 6.2" D-Din Navi/Four 7" Farenheit monitors/heated seat kit retrofits,1st and 2nd row/Crimestopper remote start

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 6:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

aha wrote:
nah, i'm not handy at all to do this project but you documented well. Being in Cali, heated seat is not a must. What I admire about the 89-98 MPV owners, you guys are true enthusiasts....like I found out the other day that one of our members here has a turbo MPV Shocked



Edit - apparently using the word h-ar-d c-o-re is considered bad word. Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 10:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Heated seat kit install DIY - 89-98 mpv Reply with quote

lol...the mod/amin must be angelic
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