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2011 xl power convert to seats any help will pay $$

I still dont know why i didnt get the xlt L. I guess initial sticker shock.... anyway already added in dash nav, front rear dvd, camera , viper , auto start, i pod ...blue tooth sync with mic yada yad yads and all xlt apperance items grill running boards wheels tires...but i wat a power driver seat any options with my existing pleather seats ??
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Well my guess would be that the XL trim has the capability to run a power driver and passenger seat. I would guess that a harness is needed and would plug in somewhere and then just source your power seats....I know this doesnt help you one bit but I would think on the XL trim, ford just doesnt put the harness in to support the power seats... You would possibly need to source the seats with harness and then find out where the power seat harness hooks in...I know i have a 6.4 but is prolly no different. I will check tomorrow sometime where that harness plugs into.

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And to add on...all of the controls and motors are on the seats so it may be as easy as supplying a power wire and ground wire to the seat....I do know on mine, there are four wires running to the seat power and ground to the power seat and power and ground to the seat heater....So it couldnt be too difficult other than having a properly fused wiring run under the carpet to it...Like I said above, I will do some investigative work tomorrow and get back with you...

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And to add on...all of the controls and motors are on the seats so it may be as easy as supplying a power wire and ground wire to the seat....I do know on mine, there are four wires running to the seat power and ground to the power seat and power and ground to the seat heater....So it couldnt be too difficult other than having a properly fused wiring run under the carpet to it...Like I said above, I will do some investigative work tomorrow and get back with you...
Thanks yea just left ford and got digraph I will have to see what I need looks like track...harness ....and switches / plastic so far
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I think this can be a relatively easy add on to the truck. I guess you will just have to hunt down some cheap seats and harnesses from craigslist or the junk yard or ebay. Are you wanting leather ones or cloth?

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I think this can be a relatively easy add on to the truck. I guess you will just have to hunt down some cheap seats and harnesses from craigslist or the junk yard or ebay. Are you wanting leather ones or cloth?
I think iam just going to convert my vynal ones to power ...but just the track alone is 550 plus everything else I need
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It's going to be way cheaper for you to locate another seat with power already on it & adapt it to your truck than it is to convert your current seats to power.
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I know I found out yesterday its going to cost a over a grand for parts and it seems that it has to be a 2011 previous years won't fit...I've looked everywhere for 2011 power seats just not to be found...I wish i could find some
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