Oh well, I was afraid of that....guess my butt will just have to stay hot during these toasty Alabama summers. :hot:As for retrofitting cooled seats, I doubt it unless they are using some sort of peltier cooling system. Otherwise, you're talking about a lot of ductwork to get cool air to the appropriate area, and that likely requires body/frame modification in the door jamb and floor area to make it work, as well as tweaking underneath the dash and kick panels.
its a ford what do you expect it. them acully to make somthing work right. c'mon thats like asking for a tree to grow money.zman said:The only thing I disliked about the cooled seats in our Expedition was the effect it had on the heated seats. The way Ford implemented it was to use a fan to heat and cool the seats. Due to this the heated seats took longer to heat up than the normal resistance elements. I like the instant gratification in the winter.