Seat power and heat wiring diagrams

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  1. kn0x47

    kn0x47 Senior Member

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    For anyone swapping in Acura CL seats, these diagrams should be useful. Pulled from a 98 accord manual. Sorry, I don't have CL information yet

    **I dunno why all the photos are sideways. I'll fix it later

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    If you have CL info feel free to post
     
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    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    Stickied. Another 6GA Canada diagram, may be redundant:


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    CL info, maybe someone has better quality versions of the bottom 3...


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    Repped. Btw I think those are for CL-S, someone said the wiring was different between CL base and Type-S. Not sure if that’s true.
     
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    briansan Well-Known Member

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    so i parted out my car and my car seats are kind of just chilling in my living room.

    i thought it'd be cool to rewire the seats to work off an external power source. i don't see the specifications describing the wiring down to the resistances, etc. any suggestions??
     
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    xci.ed6 Well-Known Member

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    blu/red = power
    blu/wht = ground

    for driver seat, of accord, for RECLINE only, switch still works.
     
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    Do the us models accord have it prewired and we just have to supply with switches like the 01 gs300 did or do we have to completely wire the seats with fuses and such?
     
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    kn0x47 Senior Member

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    no it's not prewired. You'll have to add all the wiring
     

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