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Old 12-25-2004, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default Wanted: wiring schematics pertaining to 6&12-way PSeats

Yup, after having a friend (he helped me rebuild my old 1993 SSE and 1994 SLE) look over my 1997 SSE 40th we decided there'* too much damage to resurrect it, and seeing as it has the 12-way lumbar seats in tan leather and my 1998 SSE only has the standard 6-way tan leather seats I'd like to swap in the lumbar seats.
Does anyone have the wiring schematics for the 1997 SSE and 1998 SSE pwer seats?
Is it possible to just take the console wiring harness from the 1997 and swap it into the 1998 along with the pseats wiring?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I believe that all you need to do is get power to the motors and hte switches, I have the 93 schematics from the FSM, Dameorder did the AL7 seat swap, its really easy
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I don't have schematics for that year, but you need the seats, console switches, compressor under the passenger seat, black box under the driver'* seat, and all the harnesses to start with. You MAY already have the mating harnesses installed. Get all that together while someone digs up the info.
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What I did was just pull the seats out, flip the carpet back, pick up all the wires and hoses and cut the two power wires. I took the wiring harness over to my 93, sat it in place. Then I cut off the power drivers' seat lead I had an patched in the power wires for the AL7, cut some holes in the carpet and mounted everything.
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? Dame -how many bolts hold the center console down, and whereabout are they located? I know how to get down into the console, but haven't looked for the mounting bolts.
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I know there'* one into the dash, and at least two into the floorboard... All my books just say "remove"...
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ok i have the 93 FSM here and it * showing that there is 2 bolts in the back of the console. You need to lift up the arm rest and then remove the bin inside the armrest, and then there are 2 right behind the shifter assembly.

I can give you the FSM details on removing the console if you like, but that is where the bolts are
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Thanks guys!! I'm sure with the removal of the bin and the trim around the shifter flipped up I should be able to find them. Better yet I should grab the extra parts console I have in my 1992 SE and see where the mounting holes are.

I hope to get the seats and all necessary components out of the SSE this week while I have light for about 1 hr after work each day (car is about 400 ft from the nearest electrical outlet at my uncles shop 5 miles out of town), and hopefully it stays warm into next week so I might possibly get it in -don't plan on working on it if the temp dips down below 20* (which it still has to get back up to)
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Hey, speaking of AL7 seats, how about those headrests or the seats i was lookin into?
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