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Old 11 Nov 2015, 01:31 am
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Well I have decided to replace my 01' with leather seats and picked up an 03' with cloth seats. The reason is the 03' has only 62,000 miles on it and my 01' has 130,000 miles. The leather seats in the 01' have the power raise and lower option but the cloth ones are manual. Does anyone know if the wiring is in place on the manual set up? Perhaps hidden under the carpet? I suppose I could run a wire and fuse set up to obtain power and having the option is a nice feature I have got used to!
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Old 11 Nov 2015, 07:36 am
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I don't know if the wiring is there or not. But after removing the seat, it shouldn't be that difficult to look under the carpet. If the wiring's there, you may just have to add a fuse to the fuse box. Can't say for sure.
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