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Heated leather front seats wiring loom diagram?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by 2hotty, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. 2hotty

    2hotty New Member

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    Hi, Iv got a '99 110BHP TDI sport and managed to get hold of a mint black heated leather interior from a 1.8t, the guy gave me the plugs for the seats and the plugs/ switches for the dashboard. Does anyone have a wiring diagram so I can make a loom?

    Cheers in advance
     
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  3. waggawagga

    waggawagga Member

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    I bought my loom from Kufatec to fit S3 Recaros in my A3 8L. Not sure if this any use but here are the instructions they provided me with (Google translated from German)....will see if I have any other documentation if you think it will help.


    Installation instructions harness for heated seats

    All works on the central electrical disconnect the battery!
    Wiring instructions:
    The two larger plugs next to each other on the two switches on the center console.
    The "F" stands for driver's side, the "B" for passenger side. Then on to the left
    Fuse carrier. The cable on the driver side up along with the driver's seat (shorter
    End). Come from the center tunnel to the front passenger seat () longer end.
    Connection:
    The gray line is connected to pin 5 of the 6-way connector on the controller for lighting
    Switches and instruments. If this pin is not used for this release included the current terminal.
    This line is responsible for the illumination of the switch (Kl.58b). Close Next
    Plus we are the connection (terminal 15 ignition) at. The fuse for this is S 5 and A with 7.5
    hedged. The 7.5 A fuse is part number N 102 615 02 For this purpose you have to the
    Unscrew the fuse holder and insert the black wire in the fuse holder.
    To insert the contact-violent can you have the pink additional locking approximately 2 mm
    button to the right!
    Image 1 http://i.imgur.com/yXy5hDl.jpg
    The red line (KL 30 permanent) is the same way in the fuse carrier. The
    Assurance of this is the S 44 and is secured with 15 A. The 15A fuse has
    Part number N 017 131 12th Here you have the additional locking pink about 5 mm down
    . Press Then you put on the red line from the harness in place of the white and red line
    the picture. The single red line you put in the second slot of this assurance (on the
    Image is also a red line). The other end of this cable has a 6mm her lug the
    to the screw at the bottom of the relay carrier attached labeled terminal 30.
    Image 2 http://i.imgur.com/12F7F1P.jpg



    The brown line you screwed firmly to the ground point next to the docking station on the A-pillar ..
    Under your seats the whole thing would look like this.
    Image 3 http://i.imgur.com/QnBHno0.jpg
    Here you will put the two black 6-pin connector in each of the driver or
    Passenger seat.
    Now a few part numbers for spare part search:
    1J0 963 555 B seat heater
    1J0 963 557 C backrest heater
    1J0 963 563 B 01C switch / control unit heated seats



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    Instruction for additional wiring harness mirror memory
    10-pin connector brown below the driver's seat
    Pin 2 - yellow
    Pin 3 - white
    Pin 4 - Red
    Pin 5 - Brown
    Pin 6 - Green
    Pin 7 - purple
    Pin 8 - Blue / Red
    Blue 10-pin connector A-pillar on the left (driver's side)
    Pin 3 - Red
    Pin 7 - purple
    Pin 9 - green
    Pin 10 - Brown
    Blue 10-pin connector A-pillar on the right (passenger side)
    Pin 3 - Red
    Pin 7 - White
    Pin 9 - yellow
    Pin 10 - Brown




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    Wiring instructions for wiring harness seats + seat adjustment with memory
    Function driver side Golf 4
    thin black line - Fuse S5 (terminal 15) with easy to clamp means
    Current terminal to the black / blue wire off
    red / yellow wire - Fuse S44 (terminal 30), both red lines in these
    Backup slot
    Ring terminal to screw terminal 30 Micro Central Electric,
    30 A fuse
    black line - Fuse S1 (Kl.75x) to the red / brown wire me off
    gray line - light switch (Kl.58b) using current terminal to pin 17
    Light switch connector (gr / bl)
    Brown wire - Ground beneath the steering column
    gray line with white spout - diagnostic connector pin 7 here should soldered best
    be because 0.35 sqmm
    Yellow / Green line - canbus low, pin 6 (or / br) connector on 23polig
    Comfort system control unit solder because 0.35 sqmm
    yellow line - canbus high, pin 9 (or / gn) plug 23polig
    Comfort system control unit solder because 0.35 sqmm


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  4. 2hotty

    2hotty New Member

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    H thanks for posting, however dont suppose you or anyone on here has got a diagram as to what wires go to the plug pins? Basically I have got 4x plugs and 2 switches, the plugs have about 3" of wire then they have been cut. I need to find out what each pin does really.

    Cheers in advance
     
  5. Cobra88

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    [​IMG]
    i found this on the Mk4's forum ages ago but bought kufatec loom as it's so much easier.
    and this one

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  6. 2hotty

    2hotty New Member

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    Thats perfect mate! been looking around the web for ages with no joy - should have joined this forum ages ago!

    Cheers
     
  7. waggawagga

    waggawagga Member

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    Was hunting around for this on old laptop but couldn't find it. Glad Cobra sorted you out. Should be a sticky perhaps.
     
  8. Cobra88

    Cobra88 Active Member
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    I am a bit of a hoarder for Info on my current Car/Bike etc :)

    Have reams of info on the 8L found all over the Net.
    Many thanks to all those that bother to upload and host this kind of info as it helps all of us at some point :)
     
  9. 2hotty

    2hotty New Member

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    Cobra88, dont suppose you would like to share the wealth you have hoarded? What have you found?

    Cheers :)
     
  10. Cobra88

    Cobra88 Active Member
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    Hi mate

    90% of the stuff is Derv related and i post up usefull stuff if anyone gets stuck like you did.
    what info are you looking for is prob easier :)

    I currently need someone local to me to code in some full DIS clocks for me as Danio seems to have gone AWOL :(
    But not aware of anyone else here that is proficient in doing the coding of my immo etc.

    Been told i can't do it with my Registered VCDS Lite but i do have the new clocks SCK code ;)
     
  11. 2hotty

    2hotty New Member

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    Iv got a derv myself - '99 1.9 TDI Sport, the 110bhp model.
    What kind of stuff have you collected? Dont know what you need till you see it there lol.

    Cheers
     

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