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Conversation Between akdoggie and anweezyfbaby
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  1. akdoggie
    09-06-2013 05:09 AM
    akdoggie
    You remove the seat, the connector then comes apart by removing the hold in section in the middle (you can see how they come apart or the service manual shows how also). You can then remove the wires one by one and reset them into the other plug which you will of already removed this way. Otherwise, you can switch the bottoms. I did that because I put leather on anyways, so it was easier to just switch bottoms. I wanted power pass. seats anyways. The bolts are a real sob to get to, so without removing the seat covers, its a bear to do. I'd just remove the covers, takes only a few minutes for the bottoms then switch the metal parts. Also, if your seat has the air bag in the side then just unclip the wire connector at where the back and bottom join, so the side air bag isn't being read by the module.
  2. anweezyfbaby
    09-06-2013 01:38 AM
    anweezyfbaby
    That is exactly my problem! Some of the older ones -05-06 have the smaller plug which you can either change or switch the seat bottoms on

    What would you recommend I do? I am looking for an easy solution, and I think I would prefer to change the plugs rather than the base. I feel that changing the plugs would be easier. Is there some sort of plug converter or something?!

    Thanks a lot!
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