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Coreyc1123 said:
I have a 2000 saab 95 and my heated seats are not up to par. Is there a way to turn them up?
You'd need to change the heater motor in them to get more oomph in all likeliness. This would be expensive and troublesome...

Also the heat would damage the leather more and put added stress on the other components within your seat (fans, wires, motors.)

You could do it... not sure anyone has though.,..
 

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Coreyc1123 said:
I have a 2000 saab 95 and my heated seats are not up to par. Is there a way to turn them up?
Yes, instead of putting the switch on 1, try 2 or 3 :lol::lol:
 

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Some of us dont even have heated seats :cry:
 

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Chris 9-5 said:
Some of us don't even have heated seats :cry:
Yes,but we have frozen bottoms instead :cheesy:!
 

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Chris 9-5 said:
Some of us dont even have heated seats :cry:
And you don't get moon roofs either ;)
 

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Al's Red Wagon said:
...But thinner pants helps! :lol:

Welcome!

That isn't far from the truth ... I have noticed that my seats feel very warm when I am wearing less layers of clothing ... so warm in fact, they can be uncomfortable.
 

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valbowski1980 said:
And you don't get moon roofs either ;)
thats true - as well :cry:
 

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SaabScott said:
That isn't far from the truth ... I have noticed that my seats feel very warm when I am wearing less layers of clothing ... so warm in fact, they can be uncomfortable.
Yep, I barely notice with jeans, but with dress pants you get quite the *** burn.

Maybe you should consider driving with your pants around your ankles? :lol:
 
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