Hope you are enjoying - and using - the light taupe 300M Special seat belts.
You did an excellent post on how to wire heated seats. I must be slow/dense, because I can't follow the instructions! Also, the instructions are different from those sent to me by Torontofirecaptian, but he's got a 2002 car. If I recall, you have a 1999, which should be pretty much the same as my 2000.
I have a 2000 Intrepid ES with all options except traction control. I put in the 300M Special seats (from a 2003, I think) with side airbags. I got a wiring harness thanks to Torontofirecaptain. I've hooked up the passenger white conector to the passenger seat, ran the harness under the carpet to the driver side and hooked up the larger white plug from the harness to the white plug from the seat. There's a spaghetti maze of wires which Torontofirecaptain taped up and told me not to worry about as they're for the heated/memory mirrors.
I know that the seat motors have their own plugs, which I've hooked up and the motors all work correctly (as does the memory function).
There are two thicker wires (if I recall correctly purple with a black stripe and black) which I think are for power and ground for the heat.
Your post said:
"Purple/ Yellow Stripe ----BCM: Connector C4, Cavity 9.
Dark Blue/ White Stripe ----Fuse Box: Cavity 7, Connector 7.
Black/ white Stripe ----Ground
Red/ Tan Stripe ----To Battery with Inline 20 Amp Fuse."
I assume that I look for the Violet/Yel and DB/White wires in the harness that connects the two seats, and I run connectors from these wires to the C4 connector and the fuse box?
How do you know which is cavity 9 on C4? C4 is just aboiut inaccessible in my car, jammed under a heater duct. Are the different terminals numbered? Could I just look for a specific color wire?
Could you tell me (I apologize for being so slow) how you hook up the DB/White wire to the fuse box? Where - physically - is cavity 7, connector 7? The fuse box holds all the fuses. Do you just tap into the front of the box where fuse 7 is located with a small terminal?
Gorm, if you can take the time to walk me through this, I'll be forever grateful.