What are these 6 wires going into the seat back are for?
I know at least 2 are for heating but I’m not sure the rest of the other 4 are for.
Can anyone explain this to me? Help would be Highly Appreciated? Thanks
Yes Sir Ashoka,
I believe they are 8 way power and possibly driver memory 2008 model year.
The idea with these SRT8 seats is to install them into a
( 95 Impala SS ) I’m trying to figure out what wires I need for power and ground that’s all. I’m sure there are at least 4 wires that need power. One for each of the 3 power motors. I know some of the wires will not be used. The squat switches for seat weight are also not going to be used. In fact the weight squat switches will be completely removed. The seat belts have already been completely removed.
Link no longer active, scroll down for a working link The Roswell Public Library has made the Chilton Auto Repair Manual available online for free. Not sure if this something new or if it is common knowledge around here: my search didn't turn anything up: so here goes... Follow this link...
It was easy once I threw the memory seat module in the garbage can and rang out the wiring in the SS. Not a whole lot of seat wiring diagrams anywhere online for the SRT8 seats. Dodge Ram trucks everything is covered online. I Got’em done Jack. 😀
The dealer quoted me $3200 for a replacement for this part. Has anybody ever replaced theirs? How hard is it to get this part? And how involved is it to take it apart? It looks like somebody mounted a suction cup with the wrong adhesive. Where else can I find the part for it?
Slide passenger seat forward and found 3 loose cylindrical roller bearings on the inboard seat track. The seat seems to roll back and forth smoothly and I can't find where these bearings would have come from. Any ideas?
Hey guys I was wondering if the Challenger logo on the right side vent in a 2019 Challenger can be removed or is it part of the vent itself. I got some rebadge design stuff and just wanted to know before I try and remove it so I don't damage it.
Just added some carbon fiber patterned steering wheel accents; also in the pics you can see the CF gauge bezel I added a few months ago. They also make pieces to cover the AC vent bezels, but I’ll keep them black (I just wanted to cover the silver painted gauge bezel and steering wheel pieces...