e30, new carpet & retrofitted heated seats, pics ...
followed Ferdinand's advice and cut a little off., thanks.
there were oem pre-cut starters, perhaps it was a replacement carpet.
some of the highlights include...
- removing accelerator pedal bottom section from floor, push-in lower tabs, pull upwards and it will release.
- removing accelerator stop peg, very easy, but a must do prior to carpet install.
- also, retrofitted wire harness for heated seat, very easy too, just ran it alone existing window switch harness.
Positive comes from power block to the left of steering column, unique connector to unique receptor,
can't miss, to the left of RD/GR & WH/PL.
negative mates with other grounds in same general area.
no relays involved.
- figuring out wire mesh for extra gauges, hahhaha, i don't label nuthings :)
- and last but not least, a snaped soft top lid handle, it feel apart, hahahha., good times :)
have a ton of pics, posting links to them and a few actual images of the mid morning ordeal,
sorry but sun shined hard at times so there's glare towards he end.
Passenger seat out...
Driver seat ...
Rear Seat, bottom only ...
Parking brake console ...
Shifter & extra gauges console...
Rear 1/4 panels ...
Removed carpet, steering wheel and retrofitted heated seat wire harness...
Installed new to me carpet, ran wires and steering wheel...
Rear seat bottom, 1/4 panels and fixed top lid release handle...
Center consoles and gauges as well as heated seat switchs...
Driver seat, rocker paneles etc...
Passenger seat and it's all done :) ...
now, here's the highlighted events :)-D
me no like old carpet
new to me carpet, looks better in person, really:) , notice slice markers...
Heated seat harness, power supply on top left, seat connectors at center and switches to the right
more pics on next post ...
here's the last 6 pics ...
location of power supply for heated seats, top row, empty plug.
Accelerator bottom section off floor as well as stop peg...
Driver side under dash shenanigans, nice :)
Passenger side looks even better...
Center mambo wambo :)o
thats funny, i'm gonna do the same exact thing soon, change tan to grey! thanks for the pic, they'll definately help. looks good too
Wait what? There's more to your posts than your sig?
Was the heated seat retrofit tough to do? Do i need the carpet out in order to do it all?
it sure looks nicer, thanks.
you can use a wire hanger to fish-out the harness.
- remove seats
- remove Parking brake console, holes are same size as power window switch ones., there may be marking on underside, check for them.
- remove shifter console,
- remove driver side rocker panel cover
push down connector towards seats area,
DO NOT RUN IT ACROSS/UNDER SEAT RAILS (don't ask how i know *sad* )
connectors should come out through heater vent area under seats.
same goes for both side.
fish-out/run rest of harness towards rocker panel, lift that side of rug, zip tie harnesses, lead it towards speaker, then up towards power bloc..
it's pretty easy, really.
this picture gives you general idea of how the main harness runs under it all, notice that there's nothinh between seats mounting points. keep t that way :idea: ...
Thanks, i have an E36, but i can see that its more or less the same!
this reminds me so much of my winter project
sand the rusty spots and cover in POR15
install a "proper" DIY clutch stop - you will thank yourself
^ thanks for that, I'll get it done before it spreads.
same goes for DIY clutch stop, not that it has ever giving me trouble.
why is it an upgrade again, saw something about it a while ago. but can't remember.
Do you mean a hammer stand, or am i completely missing the point...
stock clutch stop is usually too far from the engagement point. With a DIY clutchstop (M10 bolt, two nuts, a washer and a rubber/plastic cap on top of the bolt) you can easily adjust the height.
Mine came out very decently looking for about $5 at HD. I wouldn't imagine driving without one now.
Like this right?
this looks good, but i prefer a layer of something soft like rubber or plastic between the metal of the bolt and the plastic lever of the clutch pedal.
This clutch stop looks too fancy for being behind the pedal out of sight and probably much more than $5 that i spent
ya the bavauto one is way overpriced......thats why i dont have it.
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