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Old 02-19-2005, 01:24 AM   #11
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Anyone know how I'd hook the power seat up to my car since I don't have a power seat right now?
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You'll need the 96 controls and the power hookup for them, The power might be there, doubt the control wiring. Hopefully all the motors/compressors are on them too.
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You'll need the 96 controls and the power hookup for them, The power might be there, doubt the control wiring. Hopefully all the motors/compressors are on them too.
The motors/compressors should all be there. The controls are on the side of the seat so I think everything should be set to go. All the guy said was that he had the same situation with his Cutlass; he didn't have a power seat to begin with, and he payed $40 to have someone wire it up. Hopefully it won't be a hassle.
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Leather is the way to go. I just noticed the Cutlass has the old school style dash (pre 1992) with the new (1994+) steering wheel.
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Leather is the way to go. I just noticed the Cutlass has the old school style dash (pre 1992) with the new (1994+) steering wheel.
Yep. I like the old school dash...better than the newer interior of 95 and up. It seems more sporty to me. I am glad I have the newer steering wheel too. The 93 wheel was so nasty looking.
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