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Old 02-05-2013, 04:29 PM   #11
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The block heater plugs into a 110v outlet. The plug is under the hood by the front grill on the drivers side. The heating element part looks like it fits into an engine core plug that is on the back passenger side of the engine. Looks like a real pain if you want to add one, its near the alternator..
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:42 AM   #12
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Wires for seat heater are there just need the switch`s and a console that has the switch hole`s the wire`s under the seat`s are there but you need the focus heater pads or make your own conections under the seat I think I have an extra console that has the switch hole`s let me look in the shed and I will get back to you with a PM
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Old 06-25-2014, 03:24 PM   #13
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I will personally attest to the FACT that ALL SVT's produced all have the SAME wiring harnesses. I had an original '02 SVT, that I bought brand new in SoCal. It came with the audiophile pkg, and nothing else; however it had wiring for seat heaters (I know because one got to dangling out from under the center console, a result of me not tucking it back in after doing my SS install). Then that one got totaled, and I got an '04 SVT 3dr as a replacement. This one however only came with HID's and a moonroof; the Carfax said it was bought new in Oregon. It did not come with Traction Control, heated seats, or the audiophile package. I later bought and installed the audiophile sub and amp and installed them (I yanked my audiophile HU from my old '02 before she was taken away). I never even thought to check to see if there were any fuses to power the new addition; but let me tell you, either the fuses are already there or you don't need any additional fuses for the stock audiophile setup.

In short, ALL SVT's are wired for ALL OPTIONS. Whether they actually receive those options or not is a different story.
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Old 10-02-2014, 07:48 PM   #14
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it is 110v but that was also part of package deal
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