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wiring diagram/manual cloth seat to electric leather seat swap
I'm wondering if housedad or anyone else who might have access to a set of wiring diagrams for the 2000 f-250/excursion can help me. I found a set of leather seats from a 2000 excursion, picked them up cheap. I'd like to keep the electric function.
On my manual old cloth seated truck, the only hook up is a two wire plug that goes from the seat belt to under the carpet. I assume that this one arms the airbag and turns off the seatbelt light when buckled. I already swapped the old seat belt to the new electric seat, as I didn't want to mess up this bit of funcionality, and of course that part works fine.
Now here's my issue. What I'm trying to do is run power to the plug that runs the electric function in the excursion seat.
Does anyone have the electrical diagram for this? It appears that I have two heavy gauge wires and one light gauge wire that runs out of the new electric leather seat plug. I assume I need to run a ground and a hot (all the time) to something under the dash, can any Gurus help me? What color is hot and what is ground, and is there an existing fused power source that I can run them to?
Re: wiring diagram/manual cloth seat to electric leather seat swap
Just an update...
The PDF file was a big help. I went to a junkyard and got the matching plug that hooks under the seat. All I needed to use were the two pins out of it; the black wire is ground, and the other heavy gauge wire was the power, I think it was blue, anyway, it works fine, I just have to find out how to hook it up to a constant 12 volt fused source. Also, if anyone else wants to do this it's pretty easy. Just swap the old nonpowered style seat belt plug with the seat belt holder onto the new seat, then plug that into the existing seat belt plug that runs under your carpet. That takes cares of the factory arming of the airbag. All the power seat needs are the two heavy gauge wires that come out of the plug to be powered. Remember though, this is to swap an unpowered seat to a powered seat, no heat, no memory.
Dear Mark, I can see that you are a very helpful person. I just bought a 2004 Ford F-350crew cab which is the plainest version of this truck. I bought for it the complete interior (lariat) which, as you may know, has the leather power seats. I need the diagram in order to connect this new power seat to my truck. Could you send me that diagram to my email email@example.com.
I need the wire diagram to Install leather power seats to a plane F-350
Originally Posted by MDarrough
If you give me your email address I can send you a 454 page PDF of the 2002 wiring. I'm pretty sure the 2000 is the same.
Good morning fellow ford friends, Mark or any other of you. Could facilitate me the wire diagram to install the leather power seat t from a lariat version to my 2004 Ford F-350 which came from factory totally plane? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Best regards to all of you
Last edited by julioch; 09-02-2011 at 10:27 AM.
Reason: Forgot contact where to send the diagram
I have a 2002 Excursion Limited, and I want to take the seats from it and put them in my F-250XL, which has a cloth bench seat. Since I have complete wiring harnesses, but very little know-how regarding the wiring, can someone provide some steps to put the power leathers from the Excursion in to the F-250?
Much thanks in advance.
__________________ Shooter Mike
2005 F-250 SD / LB / 6.0L PS TD / 155k and running strong.
2002 Excursion - Eddie Bauer Edition / Triton V-10 / 85k and climbin'
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