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Infrared video of heated seats & steering wheel

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  1. InternetDude

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    #1 InternetDude, Dec 1, 2015
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    #2 Jgdixon, Dec 1, 2015
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    Very cool! Makes me wish I had the heated steering wheel that I didn't get on my early P85D with the winter package.
     
  3. Discoducky

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    Please do the same thing with the cooled seats ;)
     
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    LOL. My truck has heated and cooled seats ;-)
     
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    Very nicely done. Thanks... BTW what heat setting were the seats set to?
     
  6. richardl007

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    Could you try the mirrors?
     
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    I mentioned I turned them to high which is setting "3".

    I realized after the fact that I should have shown the mirrors and rear window defroster too. Oh well, maybe in another video.
     
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    It would be interesting to understand how warm 1 will get, then 2 then setting 3...

    Thanks
     

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