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So I have 2010 370z base with sport package. I was hoping from all the threads I read I would be lucky and have a direct plug and play swap.

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Old 10-19-2020, 02:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So I have 2010 370z base with sport package. I was hoping from all the threads I read I would be lucky and have a direct plug and play swap. But sucks for me.

I have run into the issue of the plugs not matching up.

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I am trying to find a wiring diagram to see if I could splice the wiring harness. I don't need the heated seats feature but I would like to get power ran and also have the airbags working.

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So, your wanting to install the powered heated seats in a car that had the manual only?

Am i following you correctly?
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So, your wanting to install the powered heated seats in a car that had the manual only?

Am i following you correctly?
That is correct. The harness connections do not match. I have been checking the interior section seeing if anybody has been able to find a workaround.
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My 2010 touring with heated power seats actually has four seat connectors coming from one harness.

If you had the harness that matched the seat, I would think it would work. May want to add the 2010 touring seat module for all functions to work properly.
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My 2010 touring with heated power seats actually has four seat connectors coming from one harness.

If you had the harness that matched the seat, I would think it would work. May want to add the 2010 touring seat module for all functions to work properly.
Currently sourcing the seat harness from a 2011 touring. I am going to use this weekend to trace the wiring to see where it connects to the main harness.
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I would think there are four circuits, each with its own connector.

1. Seat fwd/back
2. Seat tilt fwd/back
3. Seat heat
4. Air bag

Just guessing, but thats what I recall looking at the bottom of my seat.
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