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Date:         Sat, 21 Dec 2002 09:54:42 EST
Reply-To:     JordanVw@AOL.COM
Sender:       Vanagon Mailing List <>
From:         JordanVw@AOL.COM
Subject:      Re: re. Heated seats
Comments: To: gary2a@TELUSPLANET.NET
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In a message dated 12/21/02 2:30:23 AM Eastern Standard Time, gary2a@TELUSPLANET.NET writes:

> I've never seen or heard of a Canadian Vanagon with heated seats. I have > had jettas and passats with heated seats from 1985 and up. My 1991 passat > has heated seats and I like it (not love it though, could easily live > without). Your butt warms up in about 2 minutes while the cabin takes a > few > minutes longer. There is also a heating element in the lower lumber part > of > the back rest. Canadian VWs also sometimes have heated windshield washer > nozzles and heated side mirrors,

yes it was an option in canada, usually the drivers seat only. the control was on the upper steering column cover. canadian listmember pedro dos santos has the heated drivers seat on his '91 vanagon. and ps - ALL vanagons with power mirrors have the heating element in the power mirrors. if you've got power mirrors, then youve got heated mirrors.. unless youre like me and you just stuck the power mirrors on there from another van and never hooked them up.. :<) chris

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