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Old 03-16-2013, 11:00 AM
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super duty seat wireing help?

Ok, I have done searches on how to wire up my superduty seats in my 97. however i have 7 wires going into the driver seat and i think 5 going into the passenger, most searches say its just a hot and cold but not on mine, any help would really be appricated, For what its worth the seats are out of an 08 lariat
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:12 PM
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Post up the wire colors on both the driver and passenger seats. I may be able to help if they have the same power/heat wiring as the 06 donor stuff I put in my '00
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His wiring is going to have memory as well, sorry I don't know the wire colors off hand
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Ray i have the harness diagrams for the 08 to 10 trucks
I will be going through them in the next day or so since I am putting them in my truck as well... and i will let you know what they are
off my top of my head the BLK-VLT is the hot for seats and console if you have it
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Ray sorry it took so long
Do you know if your seats have memory ?
There will be a black rectangle box with a computer board in it
It is screwed into the bottom of the drivers seat
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Ok going off you passenger plug this how your wiring works
You should have 5 wires in it

Ye-rd is upper heat pin 1
Gy-rd is main hot. Pin 2
Gy-ye is heat switch pin 3
Gn is heat bottom. Pin 6
Bk-vt is ground. Pin 8

Now the ugly side lol

8 wire drivers side

If you have memory there will be no gy-rd instead it is just black that is pin 1

Gn-bu mem. Pin 2
Ye-rd heat upper. pin 3
Gn-rd mem pin 4
Bk-vt ground pin 5
Bk-wh seat belt chime pin 6
Wh-bu heat switch Pin 7
Gn heat bottom pin 8

Hope this helps

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Old 03-31-2013, 04:04 PM
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Wait ..... Heat switchs are different .... I have to dig my sheets out

Getting old and senile


changed it

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Old 03-31-2013, 06:56 PM
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Thank you so much, well you and everyone else, that really saved the day

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Ok going off you passenger plug this how your wiring works
You should have 5 wires in it

Ye-rd is upper heat pin 1
Gy-rd is main hot. Pin 2
Gy-ye is heat switch pin 3
Gn is heat bottom. Pin 6
Bk-vt is ground. Pin 8

Now the ugly side lol

8 wire drivers side

If you have memory there will be no gy-rd instead it is just black that is pin 1

Gn-bu mem. Pin 2
Ye-rd heat upper. pin 3
Gn-rd mem pin 4
Bk-vt ground pin 5
Bk-wh seat belt chime pin 6
Wh-bu mem. Pin 7
Gn heat bottom pin 8

Hope this helps
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Old 03-31-2013, 07:03 PM
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Thanks for the help , it was well worth the wait, sorry for being so slow getting back to ya. been working a lot. I was wondering how you wired a switch in to control the heat or did you just leave the heat wires un hooked?


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Ray sorry it took so long
Do you know if your seats have memory ?
There will be a black rectangle box with a computer board in it
It is screwed into the bottom of the drivers seat
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Old 03-31-2013, 08:28 PM
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edited the list
pin 7 drivers side is the heat switch

I still need to run my power lines in the cab

I looked for a aftermarket heated seat button but no luck
Ford does not have a high low on their seats its just on or off
I have 2 rocker switches to mount on the dash for my seat buttons

one other thing ford wiring requires a 30 amp fuse for each seat and a 20 amp for the console

speaking of which forgot to list the console wiring colours


rd hot pin1
bk-vt ground pin 2
bu-rd hot pin 3
bk-vt ground pin 4

I did not check to see which set leads to front and rear power point
but pretty easy to figure out
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