[urq] Seat heater element for urQ/Coupe
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Fri Mar 30 21:07:29 EDT 2007
In a message dated 3/30/2007 5:33:03 P.M. Central Standard Time,
audi at humanspeakers.com writes:
> Two more questions : is the right seat swappable to the driver side, for
> time I work on it ?
>>I wouldn't want to try that. What I would suggest is getting one (or
>>two) "scrap" 4k or cgt seats to use while your UrQ seats are being
>>worked over. If the temporary seats are the newer style and your Ury is
>>older (or vice versa) you have to swap the release levers on the bottom
>>from one side to the other.
IIRC, you can swap seats from PS to DS. You have to swap the seat belt to
the other side, and the tilt is now on the wrong side, but it's possible.
the release levers should swap without too much trouble. Also note, up to 83
also uses a different seat belt latch than the 84> urq/4k/gt
> And, is it possible to install the height adjusting mechanism from the
> driver seat on the urQ passenger seat ?
Actually, it's doable, I had an urq that had it from a PO reskin/rebuild,
and one of the cars I work on has it both sides. IIRC, the mechanism is
inboard on the PS seat tho, kinda PITA
>>By the way, the main reason I was negative about swapping the R seat to
>>the L side is (off the top of my head) that the seat belt catch and the
>>tilt release knob are not "reversible". Plus, if they were readily
>>swappable, we'd have heard of zillions of us doing that to get good
>>bolsters on the drivers side.
To get good bolsters, you take the inbound bolster from the PS seat and
install it on the DS seat. The seat release pokey is adding trim to the hole you
I just took my 85 down to the cow-stitcher boys yesterday, so most of this
is pretty fresh for me.
L-A, if you are done in 2 games, buy your beer before the game, then the PS
seat can just stay where it is.
Yes, the elements are usually the same bottom and back. The backs usually
don't go that often...
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