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Old 01-01-16, 08:10 AM   #1
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Default 206 add heated seat kit

hi all, was looking at the after market heated seats kits, anyone done this mod,if so any good ?
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Old 01-01-16, 09:32 AM   #2
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Yes, done the leather interiors in both my 206s.

Waeco MSH-50 kit was what I used for both, kit comes with everything you need with only 3 wires to connect, 2 x 20mm holes to drill for the switches.

Be warned stripping the seat cover from the cushion is a long winded process due to the small metal clips used. On reassembly use cable ties
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Old 01-01-16, 12:08 PM   #3
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great i will take a look
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Old 01-01-16, 06:38 PM   #4
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I did take a couple of pictures last year when I fitted the kit to the 2nd 206.

Base heater pad mid fitment.

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Center console holes.

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Finished switches in place.

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thanks for the pics, i been looking on ebay, found a few on there, prices are good, which one now ?.
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Last one I bought came from a company in Germany as the Ebay sellers in UK where asking silly expensive prices for the same kit.

Look for Waeco MSH-50 as that is the complete kit do to a pair of front seats.
4 X heater pads, plug & play wiring loom including fuses, relay & switches.

It's all basic plug & play for the kit apart from 3 wires you need to connect to the cars electrical system & 2 holes to drill for the switches, it's a very comprehensive kit with good clear instructions.
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Are they thermostatically controlled?
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they have a relay in the wiring ?
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I think the relay is there to ensure the current is switched off when the ignition is off. I was wondering whether the actual heat level achieved was controlled by a thermostat in each pad.
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Old 02-01-16, 05:28 PM   #10
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Here's the info for them, they do have an integrated temperature guard.

They have updated the product & its now listed as Waeco MSH-60.

The instruction manual is also linked below so you can have a look at whats required to install them.

WAECO MagicComfort MSH 60 | Dometic United Kingdom
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