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Old 08-18-2010, 05:05 PM
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Default Install power seat in o5 1800

Just purchased another Ram (05) that does not have power seats. I do not like the way the driver seat seats. It is too low for me. My 03 has power seats and work well. I have a lead on a power track and want to know if I can install it and put the existing seat on the frame? The track comes with the controls and after I have it adjusted once, it will never move. Is this possible to do and will I have to run into trouble with the electric?
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If you have the connection already in place, it should be plug and play as long as bolt patter matches to the floor.
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