wirring loom

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  1. MercMania

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    hi guys i have just bought a c43 leather, i need the wirring loom do any of you know where i could get one from or is any one selling one.
     
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    Just make one up from wire after buying the correct connectors. No breaker will sell you just the looms unless the seats have already gone without them.
     
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    I have part numbers for when I ordered mine, I'll dig them out if you give me a little time. I'll post them on here for you.
     
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    What loom is it?
     
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    thanx how do i make it from the wires.
     
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    that would be great were did you order it from.
     
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    loom for the leather seats so the electric heaters work.
     
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    thanx how do i make it from the wires.
     
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    For the heaters you will need the control packs and switches as well, so is more complicated.
    For the seat movement just buy the appropriate connectors and some wire and make up your own looms.
     
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    Check out the attachments hopefully they are the parts you need?
     

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    C43 seats you will need
    - heated seat loom (optional)
    - electric seat loom
    - switches for both
    - door cards to accomadate the electric seats
    - orthapedic seat pump and piping (optional)
     
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    thanx where do i get them from
     
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    dealers!

    electric seat Cable Harness 202 440 60 08
    £117 inc VAT

    dealer should be able to price up the others
     
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    where can i get them from and which wires do i need
     
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    The loom is in two parts with a plug in the middle. Part numbers as follows:

    A202 540 6134
    A202 540 6234

    A202 540 1434 (x2)

    The last number is the top part of the loom and you will need 2 for the driver and passenger seats. These looms are expensive and will cost you 300 quid in total after VAT at the stealer. It may save you a few quid to make them up but I thought it easier (as I'm not as technical minded) to buy them and plug and play.

    Billy those parts are only for the heating system for the seats and are not for adjustment. Mercmania, use the part numbers I've given you.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    He only wanted the heated seat loom as far as I could read?
     
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    Sorry I stand corrected, I apologise :eek:
     
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    hi guys i have ordered the connector blocks now how do i wire it up myself, there are blue, white, black and brown wires. im thinking of taking the wires from the battery and seats then switches, anybody got any ideas, i need this to make my electric seats move
     
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    You will need to run cables from the front fuse box to the seats and switches (this provides the power) and then to the back fusebox and wire. In terms of colours, I bought the complete loom brand new as I didnt want to risk making one that didnt work.
     
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