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BDS 4-1/2" Suspension Lift Kit - Jeep Wrangler YJRuffstuff 10 year saleRough Country Lift Kits and Parts!

Unread 09-07-2013, 12:06 AM   #31
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1994 ZJ 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Vancouver, Canada
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On a girlfriends WJ I swapped the broken manual with a power seat and did a quick wiring job. It was a heated seat with memory and a huge wiring harness unfortunately I just cut the harness out of the carpet in the junk yard when I pulled it. I figured her Jeep would have the harness under the carpet. My mistake, no harness.

To get her up and running. I bought one of those 20A fuse doubler things. I can't remember which fuse I used at the fuse block but i think it was unswitched and something that I didn't think would be on at the same time as she adjusted the seat. I found a pin out diagram for the harness. I figured which was the main power wire and ran it under the carpet to the fuse at the fuseblock and ran a ground from the seat harness to an existing ground point under the carpet.

It worked great. now if I ever go back to the junkyard I'll look for a wiring harness and switches/bezel for the heated seats.

94 ZJ,4.0, AX15, NP231
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