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Old 06-06-2013, 03:10 PM   #1
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SVT focus Rercaro heated seat pad

Is this item sold separately? My drivers side heated seat doesn't work.


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Is this item sold separately? My drivers side heated seat doesn't work.
They are available separately. The bottom, 3S4Z-14D696-CA is $28.88.

The back, 3S4Z-14D696-AA is $26.25.
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Old 11-21-2013, 08:37 AM   #3
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Bringing this back because I'm having a hell of a time. My SVT has the wires broken on the heating element drivers side.

The part number ford keeps giving me is 2M5Z-58632B22-AA for my vin code. Got it in the mail the other day and it's not the same as the one that I'm needing to replace.

They say the part numbers above are for just a normal focus. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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according to my catalog,that number says its for the MODA PACK,which im not sure what that is,they also list another number that says its for the LESS FOCUS PACK,both numbers are obselete thru ford for the pad.were looking for the pad itself or the heating elements?
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Well to make life easy I'd just like to get the whole heating pad, if it can be found.

Scouring other forums I came across 2m5z-58632b22-ba.

Ironically enough I believe I just left a voicemail for you at your office, if you have a minute to call me?
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Well to make life easy I'd just like to get the whole heating pad, if it can be found.

Scouring other forums I came across 2m5z-58632b22-ba.

Ironically enough I believe I just left a voicemail for you at your office, if you have a minute to call me?

I think that's actually the back rest. 2m5z-58632b22-ca - this is the cushion heating pad.
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You guys have the bottom in stock? I'm tired of my butt being cold lol
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You guys have the bottom in stock? I'm tired of my butt being cold lol
These are nearly impossible to find through a dealer. The parts number have all changed over the years and you'll most likely get the wrong one because they just go off of the part number.

The only way i could find to get one was go on ebay they are 230 bucks.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2M5Z58632B22...bab276&vxp=mtr

If it just stopped working I'd take the seat apart and try and fix the wires if they are broken. Mine happened to be a broken wire and now all are good again once the wires were resoldered.
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it is obselete,i would have to try and get it from an out of state dealer,but by the time i did that and you paid for shipping it would probably be more than ebay.there are only a couple of dealers showing it in stock.I maybe able to get it a little cheaper but it would only be $15-20,not that im trying to sway you in a different direction,if you want me to try let me know.are you in michigan?
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I would like to try to get the bottom heating pad. I think my back pad is getting warm. I will test that in a few minutes.
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