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Old 01-13-2009, 07:23 PM   #1
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I've a question about wiring for 97 Bonneville SSE
1) Traction Control Switch: Which color wire is hot and which is Neutral.

2) Power Seat Switches: There are 3 different plugs in the back, just wanted to know which one is a hot & which one is not.

I wanted to add the Power seat switches from SSEI (One in centre console) to my SSE. SSE doesn't have wiring for the console switches. I do not want to operate the seats with these switches from SSEI justw ant to light them up for ambience.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Tell me what color wires you have. That will help me find the answer. The 97 FSM is hard to find stuff.
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I forget which connect...white I think and th wire is grey. You want the dimmer circuit not power. That way it'll match the dash
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Here are the colors
Traction Control:
A- Brown,
B- Brown/ White stripe,
C- Black/ White stripe,
D- Blue, Green,
E- Black,
F- Light Blue,
G- Black.

Power Seat:
1) 6 Prong: Grey Color Connector
A- Pink,
B- Brown,
C- Yellow,
D- Brown/ Yellow Stripe,
E- Grey,
F- Brown/ Black Stripe.

2) 10 Prong: Blue color conector:
A- Grey/ Pink Stripe,
B- Purple/ White Stripe,
C- Yellow/ Black Stripe,
D- Blue/ Black Stripe,
E- Brown/ White Stripe,
F- Green/ Black Stripe,
G- White/ Black Stripe,
H- Pink/ Black stripe,
J- Blue,
K- Brown/ Blue Stripe

3) 10 Prong:White color connector
A- Grey/ Green Stripe,
B- Red/ Black Stripe,
C- Orange
D- Blac/ White Stripe
E- Black
F- Pink
G- Brown
H- Yellow
J- Brown/ Yellow Stripe
K- White
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Biilboost is the guy for this one. I'm kind of tied up right now, sorry. If he don't hit the thread give him a PM
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Found it, it was Grey for Positive (to the dimmer) and black negative.
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See, that'* what Bill said.
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