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Old 07-17-2007, 12:54 PM   #1
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somewhat of a rushed emergency: could someone get a picture of the wiring under the seat, specifially the heated seat plugs, which are green. I am not asking you to unbolt the seat, just stick your camera under there and see if you can get a good picture. I am trying to find how the connections are for my heated seats that I am putting in.

If anyone is willing to do this, I greatly appreciate it!
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Would the schemaitc help?
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yes, but a picture is worth a 1000 words.

I am trying to buy the wiring from several 2000 bonnies with heated seats, but the owners are telling me there is no wiring other than the main harness and airbag connector????
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The wiring would be intermingled with the rest of the wiring harness for most other accessories.
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Here are photos from under both of my front seats.
Hope this will help.





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and you do indeed have heated seats? I dont see the connectors I am looking for

what does that black box on the top right of the 3rd picture say on it?
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Haro,

Yes, I do have heated seats. I took some more photos with the seat raised up as far as it can go.

Photo #4 has the writing on the black box.

Here they are:






Let me know if you need any other photos.
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Haro...green to green black to black.

BTW..you have email to the hotmail acct.
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excellent pics metz!!!

I finally see that green connector, I am not as insane as I thought I was.

Those blue and yellow wires coming out of the green connector go into what?

thanks for the email Bill, I will dig further into it tonight
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Haro,

The blue and yellow wires do not come out of the green connector. They go to the seat tilt motor. It may just look like they do. The wires that come in and out of the green connector are both black and are inside a smooth wire loom (for lack of a better term).

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