Posted: November 30, 2012
An Easy-To-Install Solution To Connect Seat Heaters To A GM Power SourceBy Ellen Mckoy
Nobody likes getting into a car on a chilly day and sitting down on a seat that feels more like an icicle than a cushion. Which is undoubtedly why seat heaters have become popular as factory-installed equipment and an aftermarket upgrade. Several suppliers offer seat heater systems. For this installation in a 2011 Chevy Suburban, we worked with Check to highlight its easy-to install Expert Accessory for current-model General Motors trucks.
The GM Factory-Style Power Connector provides a fast and clean power source for 12-volt products and connects easily to Check’s seat heater systems. It requires only one tool, involves no additional fuses or soldering, and eliminates searching for a keyed ignition source. Simply crimp, plug in and go!
Eliminate searching for hard-to-find keyed
ignition sources using this Expert Accessory
for seat heater installations. The GM
Factory-Style Power Connector provides a
constant 15-amp source, a keyed ignition
source and ground.
Choose your preferred 18-gauge wire crimp
Three nylon butt connectors are used to
complete the 2 Series Dual Seat Heater
System power harness installation. This
Expert Accessory is available for the 2007-
2013 Suburban, Silverado, Tahoe, Sierra,
Crimp the GM Accessory Power Harness to
Check’s Dual Seat Heater power harness.
The completed GM Accessory Power Harness
ready for plug-and-play installation
Remove the junction block cover under the dash. Locate
connector point C14, second from the
bottom on the left side. Once its pluged in, the 12-volt source is ready to plug into most aftermarket seat heater harnesess.