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Old 02-22-2016, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default 2000 regal ls, adding heated seats

I just picked up all new (used but great shape) seats for my girls regal today. Current setup is power driver, manual passenger, no heat. The new seats are dual power and heated. I cut the sores long and left both sides of the plug so I could add on and extend where I need to. I'm no novice when it comes to doing the wiring, I just need a pinout to know what goes to what without going back to the junk yard and tearing everything apart and tracing it myself. I need the pinout for the harness under the seat and also the plug for the switches. I'm pretty sure at the seat, the orange is constant and the black is ground, but there is a pink with black stripe and a blue with black stripe. I don't have the switch with me at the moment, but there were more than just those 2 at the switch. Thanks for any help that can be provided.
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At the switch there is blue, pink, black, gray, brown. I know the pink and blue go to the seats, the black I'm assuming is ground. My thoughts are brown is ignition accessory and gray is illumination. I would just like more info before doing all that and potentially messing something up
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Actual the most easy way would be to get a main body wiring harness out of a Regal with heated seats.
The car is wired for it even with fuses in place already in the PS fuse box.
If the car has Monsoon you will need a harness with Monsoon as they are different.
A car with heated seats will have the plug for the power passenger seat at the same time even if the car did not have a power passenger seat.
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Actual the most easy way would be to get a main body wiring harness out of a Regal with heated seats.
The car is wired for it even with fuses in place already in the PS fuse box.
If the car has Monsoon you will need a harness with Monsoon as they are different.
A car with heated seats will have the plug for the power passenger seat at the same time even if the car did not have a power passenger seat.
The easiest way if for me to rewire it with what I have vs going back to the junk yard and taking out the console and the carpet to get all the wire. That'* just not necessary when I CAN hook up the wires I have, just need more clarification to what goes to what
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The factory has HI & LO settings on the seats so did you plan to use the factory heated seat switches? or other?
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The factory has HI & LO settings on the seats so did you plan to use the factory heated seat switches? or other?
I pulled the oe switch panel and kept the pigtails
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Passenger......

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Exactly what I needed. Thank you much!
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