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Old 06-27-2006, 11:41 PM   #1
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Lookin to see if anyone can scan the seat wiring and where the motor wiring is for the seat motors for a 97 SSEI ( center console controlled ) from a FSM

Long story short.. I have to move the seats in order to get to the 4 bolts thats holding the entire seat down, no way I can get power thru the car ( its the parts car and I"d have to rewire that whole entire big connector in the passenger side firewall )

So I"d like to know which wire I would have to jump manually to command the motor to move the seat forward and reverse ( bypassing the relays and such )

Or just schematic and I can go from there.
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tan and light green are the 2 wires that control forward and backward. put 12v on one or the other, not both at the same time
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stop, reading wrong schematic , wait
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tan and light green to ground. al7'* are different. either wire to ground goes back and forth. seat selector switch is still in play as long as it has a ground. seat control module has to have power, it is the orange wire.
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the damn seats take 4 schematics

the previous was just to activate

the lh horiz motor is light green to 12v and dk green to ground
the rh horiz motor is, the same as the left

then there is the switching circuit.

damn it, if you just put 12v to the orange wire, all the switches should work if everything is grounded.
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Wow.. thanx for the info.. but now I"m totally confused.. lmao..

lmao.. are those wires situated in the console or under the seat?
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the seat control module is under the left front seat. Put the orange wire to ground, it'* on a 10 pin connector
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the seat control module is under the left front seat. Put the orange wire to ground, it'* on a 10 pin connector
Im assuming the orange wire is postive? Or negative? which is positive and negative ( wiring )
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orange goes to 12v. that should be the only connection you need. all the switches will work.



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the seat control module is under the left front seat. Put the orange wire to ground, it'* on a 10 pin connector
Im assuming the orange wire is postive? Or negative? which is positive and negative ( wiring )
screw up, orange wire to 12v. to ground won't hurt it, just won't work.
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