A: Yes, provided there is an outlet (cigarette lighter/accessory plug-in) or long cable available. Also, strapping seat heater into position may prove difficult.
A: If your car has a cigarette lighter port in the backseat - it is possible to use it there.
A: Yes this can be used in any seat.
A: If you have a cigarette lighter or 12v power socket close by then yes.
A: If the heated pad is placed on the middle back sit yes, otherwise I think the cord is not long enough to reach the cigarette lighter plug. But if your car have cigarette lighter (12V plugs) in the back like some do, they you should be OK.
A: Bought the seat months ago. It does not hold up well,if it is small children YES. You can put the child in the seat. BUT most people slide in their seats and it breaks easy. Design for small person!
A: Yes, this can be used in the back seat.
A: yes, but has to reach the cigarette lighter. they dont last very long
A: Yes, one has nothing to do with the other.
A: Yes, it's the equivalent of putting a quilt over your chair.
A: If car is running no problem if off look out.
A: I have no idea. It plugs into the cigarette lighter. I am certainly not going to hire an electrician to determine this.
A: I am also looking at these and am concerned for the current draw. I need to find out what two of my vehicles 12v receptacles can handle but the most recent 12v splitter I found (to run two of these) is only rated for 8amps.
A: Gerry - Surprising you took time out of your day to illustrate your ignorance for anyone who happens by. This information should already be available from the product manufacturer. It just wasn't on the Home Depot Spec sheet. And, by the way, if it draws five amps or less, I will be good to go to put two of these in the front of my car.
A: Doesn't say on the product, but if I had to guess I'd say 100W because of the manufacturer part number: H-HC-100