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Have a 2014 New Style Impala LT that didn't come with heated seats. Wondering if it's possible to actually add heated seats by just buying some or if there would be electrical modifications that would need to be done within the car that would make it more work than it deserves?
 

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Welcome to the forum Shadow

I obviously don't have heated seats in my 83 so someone else might be able to help you. But if all else fails do as I do , buy a microwave bean bag heating pad , works well
 

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Welcome to the forum Shadow

I obviously don't have heated seats in my 83 so someone else might be able to help you. But if all else fails do as I do , buy a microwave bean bag heating pad , works well
Thanks for the Welcome :)

Yeah, being in Iowa, where it was 50 yesterday and snowing today, it's nice to have that option. Obviously I knew when I bought the car it didn't, so I can live without it, just thinking if it's possible it'd be nice. For the time being though, a microwave heating pad may be my best bet lol!
 

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You can get after market heat pads put in your existing seats. My wife's co-worker bought a Mustang without heated seats to replace one that was totaled that did have. The dealership sent it out to a shop to get it installed. She says it gets hotter than the original equipment one did, which she likes.
 

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Car-Seat-Carbon-Fiber-12V-Heated-Cushion-Seat-Heater-Pad-3-Gear-Switch-Kit/183645898963?_trkparms=ispr=1&hash=item2ac22608d3:g:CwgAAOSwseFcRWNd&enc=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&checksum=18364589896399fd64153f404c909206ce47dd53279f&enc=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&checksum=18364589896399fd64153f404c909206ce47dd53279f


very easy to do! just need to find a switched power source. Took me less than 3 hours every time I have done it.
 
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