<VV> Sebring seats for my late model...

jimster1 jimster1 at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 12 14:38:55 EDT 2009

Cash, Stay away from the yellow wires.  They are for a one shot pyrotechnic
(explosive) device that tensions the belt in the event of a crash.  It's the
other half of the air bag system.  I have the same yellow wires on my seats
and I carefully cut and insulated them to keep them out of harms way.  Glad
you asked!!!

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Subject: <VV> Sebring seats for my late model...

Hi guys.  I have a question.
I picked up some Chrysler Sebring seats for my late model.  I believe  
someone here in the group have already done this.  My question is the  
wiring.  There is a simple red and black wire setup that goes to the  
motor that moves the seat forward and backward.  There is also another  
set of wires the have a yellow connector.  These look like they go to  
the receiving end of the seat belt latch.  Are these only for the  
seatbelt warning lights or do they do something else?  And, do I need  

-Thanks guys

1965 Corsa

"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is big  
enough to take away everything you have."
~Thomas Jefferson

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