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Power Seat Electrical Connector

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This is a connector for the motors in an 8-way power seat in a 986 or 996. 


I found this diagram showing the part, but it does not have a separate part number.  It appears to be considered part of the seat motors (part number 7.)





The plug goes into this control module that fits under the seat:


Please contact me with price and availability.


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Kevin, have you looked on the connector itself for any kind of number?  These connectors are often VW or Mercedes parts that can be ordered separately.  I could not find any images with a number or a separate part number, you can order the entire assemble for about $60.

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I did some sleuthing.  It looks like this motor (Porsche PN: 99662433200)is similar to one used on a few Mercedes (PN 2108201242), they have the same manufacture name, Temic.  After looking at some eBay pictures, the connector looks identical to Mercedes part A0175452126 or A0175452128, which when you search is called a pin bushing (no pictures).  I did find another picture that looks identical, but the connector number is difficult to read, I think it is 728 025 300, and it doesn't turn up as a part.


This is guess work, but for about $6 you can pickup PN: 017 545 21 26, and see if it works?  Let us know how it goes.

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Thanks - You are obviously a more skilled researcher than I am.   I have used some VW, Mercedes and Audi parts on my seat-heater, variable intermittent wiper, and Carrera gauge cluster projects.  The part numbers were identified in the DIY instructions and I didn't have to find them myself.  I found the Mercedes parts department staff at the local dealer to be very friendly and helpful.


A member on the 986 Forum sold me some parts he had removed from a car he had prepared for racing.  They look similar, but not identical.  So, if they don't work I will be trying your suggestion next.  Right now, I only have the base with parts for converting the driver's seat.  But, I may have a source for inexpensive parts for the passenger seat.

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