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power seat wiring diagram

Looking for a drivers side power seat diagram or wire color chart for a 99 drivers side power seat. any of you guys know which wires on the plug go to what? Helping install a set of 99 leather seats in a XL truck with no wiring harness for power seats. just gonna splice wires intot he wires off the seat for power/ground ect....

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DG=12v
BK=ground
Y/LB+R/LB=front height motor
Y/W+R/W=FWD RWD motor
Y/LG+R/LG=rear height motor
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So the height motors and fwd and rear way motors don't need power, just as long as the dg gets power right? Or will they all need power?

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Yes just power and ground the the switch does the rest

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Dg stand for dark green right ??? And u run power and ground to the plug under seat a gray plug ???

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