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That is one clever dog!

You could unplug the seat heating element. IIRC there are two or three connectors under the seat cushion. You just need to yank it up firmly to remove it. It will just snap back into place.
 

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as for putting the dog into the boot. he's a great dane, has a large body and unable to move around.
 

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Techno said:
TYou could unplug the seat heating element. IIRC there are two or three connectors under the seat cushion. You just need to yank it up firmly to remove it. It will just snap back into place.

A quick warning... you may need to experiment. One oftheconnectors may be for the rear seatbelt warning. They are easy enough to disconnect and reconnect though.
 

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I hope he wears a seatbelt or there's an accident waiting to happen.
 

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when he's warm he drools and when he drools he shakes his head, and don't forget it's a great dane drool, enough said.
 

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that;s only the half of it. not only do we have a great Dane but we only went and got a st Bernard, the dog home were happy that week.
 
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