2010 Camaro Seat In 2nd Gen

JMAD3

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Nov 13, 2020
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I recently purchased a set of 2010 Camaro seats for my 2nd Gen. The "new" driver's seat has wiring harness for the motors, heat, airbag, etc. I have attached a pic of the wiring harness plug. In order to "run" the power seat or at least test it, what is the best way to connect this harness to a power source or is there an adaptor of some kind for this harness? I have seen vidoes of people using their portable tool battery with two wires with alligator clips but Im not too sure about that idea. Thanks in advance for all responses.
 

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bones57

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Jul 13, 2002
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One of these power probes are very useful to do what you want, but nothing wrong with a battery and a couple wires. Just make sure you know what the pins in the plug do so you don’t damage anything.
 

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Da_Raabi

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I was going to say check amazon for a replacement connector and wire it up for testing... Until I saw the picture. Hoo doggy thats a big one. I'd go for the power probe instead!
 




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