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Old 03-22-2008, 11:46 AM
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Need help wiring Lincoln Navigator LS seats

I bought a pair of Lincoln Navigator LS buckets seats from a junkyard the other day, which I plan to put into my 59' Chevy stepside. I believe that the seats are from a 2002 Navigator, the drivers seat is a six way with 2 memory presets with manual tilt and lumbar, the passengers is a six way with manual tilt and lumbar. All of the controls are on the seats, I got them to move but I don't know how to wire them correctly. Can someone plz help me out.

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Old 03-27-2008, 08:47 PM
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Start by getting the wiring diagram for that vehicle.
I will assume that you do not have the computer that controlled the seats.
Now you will need the install switches that will run the seat motors is forward and reverse.
Each motion of the seat (up-down, tilt-tilt, forward-reverse) actions has an independent motor.
Each motor is run in forward or reverse to provide the desired position.
The attached diagram shows the wiring for each motor.

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