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Old 05-17-2011, 01:21 PM
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Transplanting 2005 Expedition power seat

I bought a set of seats from a 2005 Expedition wreck and am in the process of installing them in my '92 E-350. Does anyone know how to bypass the memory feature of the driver power seat so I can operate the 8-way switch? I can't find a wiring diagram anywhere.
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Might want to post in the expedition forums
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