Nice build! Love the leather seat covers!
Bummer. My buddy has ventilated seats in his IS and I love that feature. Ah well, thanks for the quick response.I installed this system. To be honest, it doesn't work half as good as I had hoped. I have had ventilated seats in a Lexus and they were awesome. Anyway, I think the padding on the Clazzio seat covers is too thick for the fans to provide much cooling effect. The cooling from the fans in the seat back is noticeable, but when you're sitting in the seat there is not much effect on the legs.
With the compressor, lights, speakers, and CB antenna in the rear I really don't have any room under the door sills to run more cables. I guess I could have run along the frame, but frankly, the saddle was a lot easier. Plus I don't need an external speaker with the current location. I also mounted the antenna to a roof-rack cross-bar towards the front and ran the coax down the A-pillar, which was also pretty easy,Nice build!
Were the cables not long enough to mount the base unit in the rear? I mounted mine in the jack compartment out of the way
I "upgraded" to the Redarc Tow-Pro Elite trailer brake controller. I consider this an upgrade because the Redarc dial/button is more easily reached and I will no longer need to worry about smacking my knee on the Tekonsha controller while climbing into the seat. It was simple to plug into the existing wiring using the Redarc-Tekonsha adapter.I installed a 7-pin towing adapter and and electronic brake controller in preparation for the trailer that should be delivered this week. I tucked the plug up under the rear beside my little air tank, and mounted the brake controller on the fuse-box cover (as I had seen on some posts here).