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Old 03-12-2010, 10:56 AM
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ok so i was cleaning my car out and moved the driver seat forward and found a loose wire plug... the wire that plugs straight into the seat belt warning light connector is under that seat toward the left edge of the seat... but this plug is spliced off of the wire that goes to the sealt belt light... idk what it is its just loose.. its a female connector with 4 holes in it and its gray....
can anyone please get under the drivers seat and look for me? it would be greatly appreciated... stray female connector lookin for 4 pronged male connector.
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:01 AM
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pretty sure thats for the airbag
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:05 AM
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under the seat tho? and i cant find where to plug it back in either
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Also could be for heated seats.
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i have the same thing
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Old 03-12-2010, 02:19 PM
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Like said above could be for heated seats. Take a picture of it and psot it. Also if your really cncerned it is ver very easy to take the seat out to investigate.

On the back of the seat there are two black covers that each cover one bolt. If you take them out, and disconnect the wire connectors. You can lift the seat from the back and slide it forward and lift some more and the seat will come right out. Now if you do this remember to tighten those bolts back down pretty good
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:29 PM
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Also could be for heated seats.
i thought this but i dont have heated seats so would they just leave that plug there like that? well.. it is GM.. and in my dash i dont have the heated seats buttons...

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i have the same thing
do you have heated seats?

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Like said above could be for heated seats. Take a picture of it and psot it. Also if your really cncerned it is ver very easy to take the seat out to investigate.

On the back of the seat there are two black covers that each cover one bolt. If you take them out, and disconnect the wire connectors. You can lift the seat from the back and slide it forward and lift some more and the seat will come right out. Now if you do this remember to tighten those bolts back down pretty good
ok ill write that down. i plan on getting the seats out to clean soon. but i gotta wait till i get a day off.
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I think they use all the same harnesses, so you get the wires for heated seats, even without the installed option. You should see one under your passenger seat as well.

It's not for the airbag. That on would ONLY be on the pass. side, because its got that weight sensor in it, and the driver's seat doesn't (that airbag is always on).
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I think they use all the same harnesses, so you get the wires for heated seats, even without the installed option. You should see one under your passenger seat as well.

It's not for the airbag. That on would ONLY be on the pass. side, because its got that weight sensor in it, and the driver's seat doesn't (that airbag is always on).
ah ok thanks man that makes sence! as long as its nothin needed lol
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Old 03-15-2010, 02:56 AM
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Yep. No problem. When I first saw them, I was like wtf??? But, then I figured out what was going on. lol
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