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Old 06-21-2006, 08:53 PM
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Wiring Lincoln LS Seats

I picked up a set of '06 Lincoln LS buckets and am unsure how to wire them. Driver's seat is 8-way power, 2 setting memory, heated and cooled, side airbag. Passenger's seat is 6-way power, heated and cooled, side airbag. All switches except memory are on the seats. There are two plugs with multiple wires. I'm sure some circuits are un-necessary. Any suggestions as to where I might locate a wiring diagram?

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Moving to electrical..

I have tried most all of it and now do what is known to work..
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Doc here,

What's it going in..and what features do you want to use?

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The '06 LS seats are controlled by a multiplexed network between the driver's seat module and the driver's door module, making the usual minor adaptations found in power seat wiring much more difficult. I won't say it's impossible but, you have your work cut out for you to say the least.
I can easily hook you up with the wiring schematic ...the heat/cool functions are less complicated and need only B+, KPWR, and of course the switches that are located in each front door!!!!
If you want the schematics just PM me your email address
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