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Old 06-10-2010, 14:49   #1 (permalink)
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just bought a pair of front seats from an '05, to replace the ones in my '66. driver's seat is power and i need to know how to wire it. there is a yellow plug with 2 red wires and a grey plug with one large green, one large black, one small black with a blue tracer, one small brown with a blue tracer and one small green with no tracer. would sure appreciate any help i could get on this. an electrician i am not! thanks
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Old 06-10-2010, 15:02   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 2005 seat wiring

The large green and large black are all you need. Green is power and black is ground. The others are for seat belt light and seatbelt tensioner etc..
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thank you VERY much for the reply.:
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bert, hooked up the green and black as you said and the switch that actuates the up/down, back/forth works perfectly. there is a smaller "rocker" type switch to the front and higher up on top of the plastic that still does not do anything. i thought it might be a lumbar switch, but i really don't know. any ideas on what it does and how to make it work? thanks
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As far as all of my diagrams, which I only have up to 2001, the same green wire that you hooked up is supposed to go to the lumbar too. I'll see what I can come up with.
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The same wires are connected to the lumbar. I looked up to 2007. Did you listen closely? They are pretty quiet.
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bert, they are VERY, VERY quiet. it works just fine. thanks again.
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Thanks for the update. Glad all is well.
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