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Old 03-29-2017, 11:39 PM   #1
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97-99 Acura CL Seat Wiring Diagrams

If you find a set of front seats from a 97-99 Acura CL, they bolt right in (at least they did into my 93 SE coupe). I lifted the rear of the seat some to install the front two bolts loosely, then dropped the seat down and was able to install the rear bolts without having to modify the holes. Be sure to at least take the pigtail for the car side harness. Wiring diagrams for 1997-1999 Acura 2.3 and 3.0 CL power and heated seats:













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Old 03-30-2017, 01:50 PM   #2
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I put a set of 99 2.3L seats in a 1992, if I recall it was fairly simple since the seat did not have heat. Just a 2 pin connector for the power and ground to the power function. The seat belt switch was a separate connector and plugged right in? I could be wrong it was a couple years ago.

Edit now I remember. It was a 4 pin connector, pretty obvious which ones were power and ground. I grabbed a connector, wired the two 12v+ together and connected it to the accessory tap on the underdash F/B Connected the grounds to a nearby ground connection. Easy peasy.

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