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      03-26-2020 10:14 PM #1
      Seat harness from a 2002 Jetta wagon / manual seats / heated seats

      Please tell me what plug does what



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      Last edited by Michael T Borelli; 03-26-2020 at 10:23 PM.

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      03-26-2020 10:15 PM #2
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      Yesterday 04:05 AM #3
      Green is heating/ comfort control. Yellow/purple block is airbag. Yellow 2 wire is seatbelt.

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      Yesterday 09:03 AM #4
      Thanks!! We swapped in 2013 gti plaids and trying to figure out how to connect the heated seats from the new seats to the MK4 wiring harness. Now I have to figure how to connect the two together

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      Yesterday 10:02 AM #5
      Do you happen to know which wire does what in the green block?

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      Yesterday 10:44 AM #6
      There should be a thread around here. It's pretty complicated as it has to run through the comfort control module. As I recall you have to run a wire from the ccm to each seat.

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      1991 MK2 GTI with VR6 Conversion with a Vortec Super Charger, Bilstein Sport Suspension, 5 lug conversion, big brakes, Liguid to Air intercooler still a project car

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