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Do you know if the donor vehicle had memory for the seat?
The non memory seat diagram is below, let me know how I can help
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and here for passenger
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The connector view for the drivers seat is below, print it and the wiring diagram if you do NOT have a set of memory seats.
Look on the wiring diagram for the pin numbers at the seat connector, they are the same with the same abbreviations for the wire colors. The wire color table is below that.
If you have a WT/RD wire that is a white wire with a red stripe. If there is a 12 next to it then it is in pin twelve of the connector. Check the connector diagram and you should see the same wire.
The power is at the top of the diagram so the RED wire in pin six of the connector should have a 20 amp fused supply from the battery.
The black wire in pin 1 of the connector is to ground.
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Wire colorsBK : BlackBN : BrownBU : BlueGN : GreenGY : GrayLG : LightgreenNA : NaturalOG : OrangeRD : RedSR : SilverVT : VioletWH : WhiteYE : Yellow
Look these over and let me know how I can help you with this
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I have been through all the seat connector diagrams and I am not finding one with the wire colors you listed. Are you sure of the year of the donor vehicle?
The diagram below shows all the connectors for the drivers seat, please see if you can identify which connector you are seeing with these wire colors
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Let me know which connector you are seeing these wires at and I will see if it matches what you are seeing
That is the front seat module and should be up front with three connectors. Two 17 pin and a four pin. In the diagram A207 is its designation.
Do you have the B222, B223 and B224 connectors as shown in the diagram?
Finally is this your connector you need the circuit information for?
Let me know so I can help you, I am here the rest of the day
I can tell you some of them, I have been through what wiring diagrams Ford decided to release and they do not cover every wire in the connector. You should be able to run the seat motors from the switch though.
Black/blue on pin 7 is black on the mating connector and is ground.
The red to red/ orange in pin 14 is seat power and should be a 20 amp fuse from the battery.
The red to red/green in pin 1 is power for the seat heaters
The white/black in pin 11 is the buckle switch
The green/black in pin 2 is seat heater power (5 amp)
The pink/black in pin 12 is seat heater control
The grey/white in pin 6 runs to the drivers door module for memory control communication
The blue/orange in pin 13 is drivers door module communication for memory.
That is all that are listed. I will chase down the passenger in a few minutes when I get out from under this car.
Let me know if this is going to work for you but this was setup for memory but I think you will be able to run the seat motors just connecting the first red to power and the black to ground. That should let the switch work for you as long as the harness between the control module and the seat switch is intact.
Thanks for your patience, the engineers never made the diagrams for what you want to do so the functions of the individual pins on a given connector are not in one place.
Passenger connector is
red/yellow on pin 3 is 15 amp power
pink/yellow ion pin 4 is switched power through the heater switch (5Amp)
black/green on pin 6 is the light control for the heater switch
black/yellow on pin 7 is ground
green/yellow on pin 8 is power to the module (5 amp) has to be connected for motors to run.
On the drivers switch above I left out the same module power on pin 2 the green/black is really the power for the module not the seat heater. The seat heater power comes through the switch to the pink/black wire on pin 12
Let me know what I can do to clear this up for you
OK, lets go back to the connector view, remember that the wire color changes at the connector but the pin number does not so you need to look at both sides to see the correct wire color.
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I do think you can connect the two powers and the ground and have the seat motors work, it will not hurt anything to try.
Let me know if your connector matches what is shown above
Sure, glad the passenger works, I hope the connector diagram helped.
The green/black is the heated seat module power along with the pink/black through the seat heater switch. Sorry about that but no harm by having power there.
Use the orange/yellow for module power, and the brown for ground, It is shown as not used on the ground diagram but it is worth connecting to keep transients out.
Let me know if that works,