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Old 09-09-2004, 11:56 AM   #1
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can seats from a 92ssei fit in a 93 ssei
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I don't see why not. If they are the same kind of seats, I can see them hooking up with no problem.

But I don't know too many differences between the 92 and 93s.
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I don't see why not. If they are the same kind of seats, I can see them hooking up with no problem.

But I don't know too many differences between the 92 and 93s.
thats what i thought
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yea everything is the same from 92-99. the only difference in seats is that the colors of the leather changed in 96 and up bonnies the tan became lighter a shade, the blue green leather was offered and the grey became darker
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Make sure you get the power connector from the car side, each RPO seems to have a different connector.
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Make sure you get the power connector from the car side, each RPO seems to have a different connector.
it does?
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Yes, that'* what Dame said.
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