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what are these plugs for?

I believe the yellow is for the air bag, what are the other two.

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One might be the seat belt (if it is buckled or not) and there is a sensor in the seat to determine if there is weight in it for the seat belt chime.
That chime will go off if my dog is in the passenger's seat.
The other may be for a power seat and/or seat heaters if you have them, the wiring is in the truck even if you don't.

You'll notice on the big grey connector there are only 2 or 3 wires that actually go into the seat on the seat side of that connector..
Not sure if there are any wires going into the seat from the white one.


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One might be the seat belt (if it is buckled or not) and there is a sensor in the seat to determine if there is weight in it for the seat belt chime.
That chime will go off if my dog is in the passenger's seat.
The other may be for a power seat and/or seat heaters if you have them, the wiring is in the truck even if you don't.

You'll notice on the big grey connector there are only 2 or 3 wires that actually go into the seat on the seat side of that connector..
Not sure if there are any wires going into the seat from the white one.

I forgot all about that chime and the weight for the air bag light.

Looked in the manual and didnt find anything.
Since I had my seat in and out 5000 times to do that amp upgrade, you would think I would have figured out what plug went to what...

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