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Wiring 2002 Envoy seats

I have searched the forums for an answer to my question, but no luck. I have a pair of nice seats from a 2002 GMC Envoy for my 48 Chevy Sedan Delivery street rod project. The seats are full power and heated. My questions are:
1. Do I need to install relays for these seats?
2. What is the best way to connect wiring to the female plugs under the seats; can I buy a male plug from GM or do I have to find one at a scrap yard?
3. Does someone have a wiring diagram that tells me what wires connect to the plug?

I have all new Painless Wiring in my 48 with a number of relays for other stuff. The answers to my questions above will help me to complete my wiring, which seems like it has taken forever!
Thanks to all the great hot rodders out there that provide information!
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Go to the Cadillac forum and search this. They have part #'s and wiring info. They heated seats have a problem burning up the connector under the seat. There should be everything you need to know there and I think all GM seats are the same system. I am using heated and cooled Caddy DTS seats in mine and the built in seat belts solve that problem. Steve
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