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Power passenger seat??

I have done several searches on the forum but cannot find anything about converting the passenger seat to be powered.

Has this been done, I have to think so.

If there is a link about this, please point me in the right direction.

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I would be interested in a power seat for passenger side also.

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Ditto on that. I would think maybe something from a 300 or a Charger would work? Might take some working to get it to look/fit right in the Challenger though.



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it would be a tough task to do. the seat frame is unique and unlike that of the LX models.

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The seat needs to fold forward for backseat access, neither the 300 nor the Charger have this.

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it would take a lot of fabrication work to retrofit a power track setup to these seat frames. it's not like the old days where a seat track just bolted to the bottom of the seat.
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The seat needs to fold forward for backseat access, neither the 300 nor the Charger have this.
The Power Drivers seat moves as far forward and inclines as much forward as the passenger seat though. The only difference is the release lever at the top of the passenger seat. Yes, I have to get out of the drivers seat, but we have let rear seat passengers in from both sides and they match in total travel.

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The Power Drivers seat moves as far forward and inclines as much forward as the passenger seat though. The only difference is the release lever at the top of the passenger seat. Yes, I have to get out of the drivers seat, but we have let rear seat passengers in from both sides and they match in total travel.
I didn't know that. I will have to try that tonight.
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It would take forever to move the seat forward and back by a motor. The lever is way more convenient imo. If the rear seat was never used then that's a different story.

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The Saab that my wife and I are trading in for the Challenger has two bucket seats and both fold forward and slide forward all via motors. So what we have in our drivers side should be able to be done on the passenger side seat. Ok so if maybe take 8 - 10 seconds, not a big deal. Also, this is all done with a lever on the Saab.

Who is going to be the 1st to mess up a passenger seat?

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