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Ok guys, I've searched on this and seen several topics about it. I know its simple power and ground for each seat. And from what I understand, there is a seperate power/ground for the heater workings, correct?

Now my question is i'm going to have 4 seperate power wires(2 for each seat) that I need to have fused, and running to four seperate sources, correct? What is the easiest way to do this, and where specifically would be best to connect them?

Would there be a way I could tap them all into one slightly large wire, run it to a single source, then split off of it to the 4 seperate leads, then have each lead fused seperatly?

The seats are out of a 96-98 BS tahoe. Full leather, power, lumber, and heated. Picked them up for $100!


If anyone could help me out on this, I'd appreciate it.
 

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Anyone have any suggestions?
 

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go to your local parts store and get a fused power distrubution block and mount it close to the seats. littlefuse makes a nice one with six fused power outputs. just make sure that you fuse the main power line close to the battery :imo
 
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