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nmlss2006

Plastic bracket for 996 power seat power socket

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Power seats in the 996 - my car is a MY04 turbo, build 06/04 - have a larger rectangular connector on both passenger and driver side and then two other plugs which go into the array at the front of the seat for the driver side.

The larger rectangular connector has a little knob which slots into a bracket at the bottom of the seat, right below the cushion. It's a plastic piece that goes side-to-side and it has a little hole into which you slot and twist the knob on the connector in order to hold the connector up from the floor. This plastic piece seems broken, it's only connected on the outside of the seat. Is it sold as a separate piece and what part # is it? I couldn't find it.

Thanks!

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It doesn't appear to be there unfortunately.

It doesn't appear to be there unfortunately. It looks like the plug '5' is the one with the little knob into which it slots.

Argh, messed up the edit. Oh well.

Edited by Loren

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