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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-24-2013, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Heated seats

Hi guys,

not long ago, I changed my velour seats to leather seats, once for the look but more likely while they are heated seats.

I installed them without probs, the seats have two connectors, but my M has only one on Driver and also one on the passenger side. the Motors for the adjustment work fine. the Memory function of the Driver seat also works fine.

But neither on the driver or passenger side the heated seats will work.

Iīve searched the forum and found out, that the other connectors from my seats I have to connect together. Is that right?

Then I read that I need a cable from the driver seat to the BCM module ( Iīve read this in an installed thread for an Intrepid not for an M ) did my M need these too?

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being your car was built for export,, I suspect it might, a lot of things were left out for export models, example,, over here, all M/s had leather seats with heat, , so,, id run the wires and see what happens,, do you happen to have a picture of the car with the orginal seats?? as most of us have never seen a M with the velour seats,,,
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Sorry, I donīt have pictures of the velour seats.

Here in Germany, there are two versions of the interior, with velour or with leather.

Under the passenger seat, was the connector or the electric seats, and the velour passenger seats had manual settings.
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has nobody an idea?
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I hope somone here can give you the additional help you need. That is why I recomended you try posting here.


Here is some additional info guys if you can help.

His car is a Euro-Spec 2000 Chrysler 300M with 2.7 and cloth seats.

Here is his initial thread over at the 300M site http://300mclub.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=29444

Thanks for your help guys.
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Where did all the guys that installed Power/Heated seats in Treps that didn't come with them?? This guy really needs your help guys.
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I have read this thread.
If I understand right, I have to connect the two connector under the seats together and have to connect a cable to the junction block on the drivers side?
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Hello guys,

yesterday I spent some time to fix my seat heaters.
thx for Ronbo for the link, it helped me very much, but thereīs a little mistake,
the violett/yellow on connector C4 is at PIN 9 not as written on PIN 7.
It took me and a very good friend about three hours to make the heaters work.
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Glad you got it working...I wish I would have read this thread sooner could have helped you out..
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