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Wiring for Heated Seats

Discussion in 'Problems, Fixes, Tips...' started by Tasman, Oct 21, 2016.

  1. Tasman

    Tasman Copenworld Member

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    Does anyone know if the wiring loom in a cloth seated car still has the connections for the heated leather seats?
     
  2. Salieri

    Salieri Copenworld Veteran

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    Just pull out the seat and take a look, its only 4 screws. I think the bigger problem is getting the switches for the center console and putting them in, if they are not already there
     
  3. Toozalii

    Toozalii Copenworld Member

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    Removing and accessing the central consol was surprisingly easy.
    Have a look at the thread
    Cockpit panel removing
    (Sorry, haven't figured out how to paste links yet)
    I'm pretty sure the wiring loom is standard across the range so the main wiring should all be there under the consol and a little fitting of switches and additional wiring should give you a "hot seat".
     
  4. Tasman

    Tasman Copenworld Member

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    OK, two things here, 1/ massive thanks for incredibly quick replies by all, think you've got it covered! 2/ I/we've been copen owners (SWMBO and I) for a decade+ and I signed up here yonks ago and never came back, go figure!!!!
     
  5. Number6

    Number6 Copenworld Veteran

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    I remember reading that the cloth seats had the connections, but possibly not the heating pads and centre console buttons. The buttons are standard Daihatsu / Toyota parts bin.

    Check under the seat, there should be a wiring loom connecting the seat to the car. I imagine there would be 3 to 4 wires, possibly more, in the loom. The seats are held on with a few bolts, easy to remove if you can't see anything. Just be sure to torque the seats down properly if you remove them.
     
  6. Tasman

    Tasman Copenworld Member

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    Thanks for the extra info, cloth seated car certainly doesn't have the switches just blank plates, I'm hoping the loom is standard which is what I would expect. Does anyone know the part number for the switches?
     
  7. Number6

    Number6 Copenworld Veteran

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    84751-97201 is the part number for the switches. That's a Daihatsu part number, but there should be Toyota equivalents.
     
  8. ClareL

    ClareL Copenworld Veteran

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    These are for sale on the Daihatsu Copen Spare Parts Facebook page

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  9. Tasman

    Tasman Copenworld Member

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    Thanks ClareL
     

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