Jeeps can get a little chilly in the winter especially with Soft Tops on and most of us don’t have Jeep Wrangler heated seats. I drove my old 97 Jeep around without a back window for close to a year and I live in Pennsylvania where the winters can get quite cold! If I knew back then that I could have had Jeep Wrangler heated seats for so cheap I would have installed them almost immediately. A few different companies have come out with kits to add heated seats to Jeep Wranglers that won’t cost you a fortune. The kit I personally bought, installed, and used was the WarmSeats Waterproof Jeep Heated Seats.
Easy and Cheap to Add Jeep Wrangler Heated Seats
The kit includes two pads for each seat, one for the back and for the seat bottom. Each pad has an electronic thermostat built into it that regulates the temperature circulating within the heating pad. Each heater has 3 heat settings, high will have a constant range between 120 and 125 degrees while the low setting stays between 110 and 115 degrees. The WarmSeats Waterproof Jeep Heated Seats is made with Carbon Fiber technology which is considered the best heating pad material in the market so you know you’re getting a quality product. They also provide a 5 year warranty with the purchase!
Install Jeep Wrangler Heated Seats
The pads can be installed under cloth, leather, or even seat covers if you want to install it the easiest way. For the install it ships with the switch and relay already wired so all that is required besides installing the pads under your seats or covers is to connect the power and ground. This really is a great WarmSeats Waterproof Jeep Heated Seats that works on any vehicle and it will cost you nothing in labor to have heated seats installed. Sure beats what a dealer would charge you to install factory heated seats into your Jeep. Even in the summer months driving back at night with the top off can get really chilly and this warmed me up a lot quicker then the heat blowing out of the vents and into the wind. Honestly, this probably ranks in my top five favorite modifications right behind my lift, wheels, stereo, and winch. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed Installing Jeep Wrangler heated seats is a fairly easy install and shouldn’t take you more than an hour or two.