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Old 12-02-2007, 01:54 PM
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Question Power Seat wiring diagram

I am trying to install power seats to replace my non-power ones. I have tried to find the wiring diagram but cannot locate one. I purchased a Chilton CD and cannot locate it. The driver seat has 4 wires at the cannonplug and the passenger has 3 wires. They are King Ranch and I figured since all of the controls are on the seat there would just be a power wire. Can someone help me?
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