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Old 09-01-2017, 10:42 AM
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I breezed right thru the driver side plug and play, as they say .......I figured i would find a plug on the pass side......but i only found wires, no plug....I hope these are the right wires........they come from the driver side then continue on into another bunch of wires....

I am going to make a trip to the doner and see if i can get the plug and wire from it, so i can splice into my wiring.....I'm hoping for color match on wires......it is the same year 2001....

I'll search a little harder, but i just don't think that my blazer has a plug on the pass side.....
 
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Old 09-01-2017, 12:34 PM
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I went to donner car and snipped the plug and wire......the colors match up with the wires that i found, so i'm just going to splice in and give it a try.......if there is a plug on the end of my wiring it is well hidden and it can stay where it has been all these years ;-)
 
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Old 09-01-2017, 01:29 PM
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seats work great.....and really are a lot more comfortable......my back is bad....so it does me good just moving the seat a little here and there when going down the road...

The blazer will get a rest for a month now........we are dusting the cobwebs of off our imp. ltz and heading east to the mississippi and down to nashville for a week and on down to the coast for a few days, that's if another big wind doesn't hit!!
 
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My 98 also did not have the plug on the passenger side.

How's it holding up?
 
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Old 02-01-2018, 08:01 PM
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The seats are great......we really enjoy the heat......on the cold days.......

I thought maybe they had buried the plug a little deeper under the carpet, but i didn't want to tear up any more if it, to look.......If you couldn't find one..........I guess they just decided they didn't need to spend the $ to put them in.......
 
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Old 02-01-2018, 10:23 PM
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When I swapped Bravada seats into my 04, I pulled the original manual cloth passenger seat out and found no wires at all. I had to reach into the hole that the rear floor duct comes up through, all the way up to my elbow, feel around back on the rear seat floorboard area, and found the harness and plug taped up... I pulled it out, it was hot, plugged in the power Bravada seat, and it worked, to my surprise...
 
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Old 07-15-2018, 05:40 PM
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So this weekend, I layed a new Amp power wire under the carpet on the passenger side.

Upon taking the passenger seat out, I noticed I never found the power plug under the carpet.
Took the center console out to get more carpet up. Here's what I found out..


1st pic shows the larger greenish wire, with a suspicious harness looking wire looping back to the center.


As you can see, it appears to be a plug of sorts...


Here is the location above carpet, where the plug was located. It had a heavy duck tape holding it in place.


Pulled it through, and vacuumed.

Lumbar and heat works great!
Conditioned the leather, and put some new seat covers on. Good weekend.
 
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Glad you found it all controls work, my plug on that side will stay buried forever, I hope I never have to see it ;-)
 
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