- Remove Battery
- Nowadays many cars and trucks have SRS systems which could throw a code that needs reset once it's tripped. Avoid this by disconnecting the negative terminal, waiting 15 minutes, and then removing your old seats.
- Use as much old wiring as possible
- When swapping seats you want to keep one thing in mind: Don't let your car "know" something changed. The safest way is to change the least amount of components possible, especially if the connectors are different.
- Don't cut your connectors
- We include the floor end of our connectors for a reason. Use T-connectors to tap into your existing harness or re-pin your connector if you're familiar with electronics.
- Careful with the airbags
- Airbags are typically marked with yellow wire harnesses, casing, or tape. Exercise due caution when dealing with this wires.
- Don't Torque Until Everything Is Started
- The key to easy fastening is starting the bolt. Thread the bolts as tight as you can by hand, all of them, before busting out the power tools.
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