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Hey I want some seat covers to keep my fabric looking like new, does anybody have any then could recommend? I'm not looking for "perfect", just decent and compatible with the airbags. Thanks :)
 

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Seat Covers?

I have a Touring L.
Other than putting seat covers on it, is there any
product such as Scotchgard that will protect the leather?
Chrysler says not to use anything.
 

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I hate leather, but with a limited you have no choice, so I spent 200 and ordered custom to my 2014 Town and Country, they were velour and mattched perfect and fit perfect. I was going to do the same to the Pacifica, but then I wouldn't get to use the cooled seats option.
 

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I was going to do the same to the Pacifica, but then I wouldn't get to use the cooled seats option.
I hear that! I love, Love, LOVE these ventilated seats here in this Houston summer! I would rather wear the seat out, replace it and wear the next one out too than obstruct a single one of those fantastic little vent holes. :p Arriving with a totally dry back is pure luxury to me in the summer. My wife, the cucumber, just says "meh" because she doesn't sweat and agrees with Damon that cloth, not leather only, should be available on the high end versions.
 

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I had these in my 92 Town and Country....was perfect, leather and the cloth.
 

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They're pretty decent. It took awhile to get the straps under the power driver seat positioned so the seat can move without the straps getting tight or loose but they went on fairly easily. Non-power passenger seat was better. The cutout for the arm rests is...pretty odd. Otherwise they fit well and I'm hoping keep the seats looking like new. They're fairly thick material....my only concern now is that the airbag can bust thru them. I'd give them a solid B on the A-F scale...if that helps :)
 

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Reviving this thread in case anyone has updates. I'm looking for something to protect the seats from my kids shoes when the climb on the adjacent seat to get into their car seats.
 

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They're pretty decent. It took awhile to get the straps under the power driver seat positioned so the seat can move without the straps getting tight or loose but they went on fairly easily. Non-power passenger seat was better. The cutout for the arm rests is...pretty odd. Otherwise they fit well and I'm hoping keep the seats looking like new. They're fairly thick material....my only concern now is that the airbag can bust thru them. I'd give them a solid B on the A-F scale...if that helps :)
Thanks! I just ordered a set for the 3rd row (where our dogs hang out).
 
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