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Old 03-13-2004, 07:05 PM
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Mating a Mopar power seat unit to a Buick switch

I picked up a complete 1969 Dodge Polara 6-way power seat unit on eBay, but the box was damaged in shipping and the 21-pin switch was lost. the seller replaced the switch with a 21-pin switch 6-way switch from an 87 Buick Lesabre . I'm hoping they will be compatable physically (looks like it) but I'm sure I'll need to work to make them compatable electrically.

Anyone have access to the switch wiring schematics for either or both cars?



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