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This write up lays out the electrical wiring bones for a seat upgrade on a JK Wrangler. My end goal was to be able to pull the seat without splicing a single wire. The 2 main relays (1HQ4AADVAA) and 05084008AA must be plugged into the floor seat via (68003066AA). If one or both of these parts are not plugged in, the warning lights will go on for the seatbelt and airbag sensor. You will not be able to pass inspections/smog in your state not to mention not having the real airbags deploy when it is necessary. All of these parts maybe purchased at the dealer or where your internet prowess will take you. Currently pulled out and sitting in my garage is a fully functioning stock seat with the stock buckle in place and ready to plug into any base level wrangler. This setup will work for my wrangler so those of you with higher trims and different years just try to plug these parts in the right place. Before pulling my seat i was able to plug in all 3 new parts into the female plug underneath the carpet and all the warning lights did not come on.
Here is my spec:
2008, X (base model) 2 door Half door. Standard seat no power anything.
⦁ Corbeau Moab Reclining Vinyl Drivers
⦁ Seat Bracket Adapter Corbeau | Part Number: CBUE22089L
⦁ Corbeau Inflatable Lumbar

http://i64.tinypic.com/35i4q5s.jpg


Part: 68003066AA – this is a wishbone style wiring harness. 4 wires.
Connects into a 4 port male wire on the floor. This splits out into 2 wires that connect directly into a harness that attaches to the buckle in the seatbeat (1HQ4AADVAA). The second half splits out into 2 wires that attaches to a simple plastic piece/relay type of part (05084008AA)

https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com...-Export--Side-air-bag/6771894/68003066AA.html

https://www.moparpartsoverstock.com/images/parts/Chrysler/fullsize/i2234382.jpg


Part: 05084008AA Memory Seat Position Sensor. This part literally does nothing except tell the computer that a seat is physically in the car.

http://i63.tinypic.com/2l975uc.jpg


Part: 1HQ4AADVAA - This obviously is a buckle but the relay/sensor does tell the computer that the buckle is buckled in.
https://www.morris4x4center.com/mopar-inner-seatbelt-buckle-front-driver-side-1hq411dvaa.html




Female connecter in the floorboard underneath carpet. 68003066AA connects into this.




This is how the new wiring is currently resting beneath the new seat:


This is the stock seat, buckle still in place, all stock wiring. FYI if you really want to save money you can remove the buckle, but if you want to go even easier just pull (68003066AA ) and (05084008AA) and buy the buckle. I am not too handy but I am sure those out there with better skillz can easily pull these parts from the seat to make it work.






For something so simple as one would think (4 bolts for a seat upgrade?) the road to get all these parts was not easy.

Have fun! :beerdrinking:
 

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Well done - thanks for the writeup. Nice to have the option of swapping in different seats.
 
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