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Brand New Ford Leather heated Seats for Ranger

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Brand New Ford Leather heated Seats for Ranger

Id be all over these like white on rice, but im broke, so here yall go

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/02-06...02792444QQrdZ1
 
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oh man, i've always wanted black leather....too bad im broke. damn.
 
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Well being that I have got heated limited seats in my truck I can tell you that wiring is a pain in the ***! Also I can already see that the mounting brackets on those seats are different then the ranger so you would have to modify that also
 
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too bad they wont fit in a ranger like the 2000 and older explorer seats will....you will have to modify them to fit on your tracks and then you wont have the power seats anymore
 
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Those are sweet!
 
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i saw those last night, but yea i took one look at the brackets and said screw it...
 
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Originally Posted by lifted97ranger
too bad they wont fit in a ranger like the 2000 and older explorer seats will....you will have to modify them to fit on your tracks and then you wont have the power seats anymore

2001 and back work
 
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yea i know it was one of those years....lol
 
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go for it
 
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Originally Posted by TheForce02
Well being that I have got heated limited seats in my truck I can tell you that wiring is a pain in the ***! Also I can already see that the mounting brackets on those seats are different then the ranger so you would have to modify that also
r u serious dude? I have explorer power heated seats in my ranger and the wiring was very simple.
 
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They look like they have airbags built into the sides of the seats.
 
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Originally Posted by JCS30TH
r u serious dude? I have explorer power heated seats in my ranger and the wiring was very simple.

Let me expand on this a little since I really didn't in the previous post. As stated in my sig. I have Limited Seats = Leather, Heated, full power, and memory. The memory part is what really makes them a pain in the ***. You are correct though, the simple heat was easy
 
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