and the plugs have been chopped off so need to know what does what aubergine electric seats
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Duncan wrote:Depending on the age of the seats, you may need to connect one of the heated seat wires up, at least on the passenger side.
Check if there's a relay fitted in th wiring under the seat. If yes, you will need to connect one of the heated seat connections to an ignition feed. Don't use a permanent feed or the relay will be permanently powered, and drain your battery.
It's the orange white one. Without this you won't get any movement.
On later cars, the relay is removed and the seat is powered permanently. You could mod your wiring to achieve this.