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It's an easy switch if you install manual seats. It's a direct bolt up match. If you have the fold down cup holders from the dash below the radio that will have to be removed to fit the full center console. Also, check under your driver seat and see if you have the power seat module already there. Some trucks do. If not, and you get power seats for either or both driver and passenger side, you will need to add that module to the sides that you add power seats. That could be a challenge.

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It's an easy switch if you install manual seats. It's a direct bolt up match. If you have the fold down cup holders from the dash below the radio that will have to be removed to fit the full center console. Also, check under your driver seat and see if you have the power seat module already there. Some trucks do. If not, and you get power seats for either or both driver and passenger side, you will need to add that module to the sides that you add power seats. That could be a challenge.

 

 

 

 

I have done this and the seat module is attached to the bottom of the seat if the seats come from an 03-05. All that is needed to make the power portion work is 12 volt pos. & neg.

Keep in mind that power seats or even manual seats from a extended cab or crew cab will not fold or power fold forward as far as the seats made for the regular cabs, so getting behind the seats is a little harder if you store stuff back there.

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It's an easy switch if you install manual seats. It's a direct bolt up match. If you have the fold down cup holders from the dash below the radio that will have to be removed to fit the full center console. Also, check under your driver seat and see if you have the power seat module already there. Some trucks do. If not, and you get power seats for either or both driver and passenger side, you will need to add that module to the sides that you add power seats. That could be a challenge.

 

 

 

 

There is no module for the power seats. You may have to add wires to the relay center but there is no module. The module under the driver's seat is for the airbag system.

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It's an easy switch if you install manual seats. It's a direct bolt up match. If you have the fold down cup holders from the dash below the radio that will have to be removed to fit the full center console. Also, check under your driver seat and see if you have the power seat module already there. Some trucks do. If not, and you get power seats for either or both driver and passenger side, you will need to add that module to the sides that you add power seats. That could be a challenge.

 

 

 

 

There is no module for the power seats. You may have to add wires to the relay center but there is no module. The module under the driver's seat is for the airbag system.

 

 

 

 

 

There is a module on the seats (underside of cushion by the adjuster motors), the airbag module is under the carpet under the drivers seat. The seat module is for the power seats with memory and or heat and almost all leather seats will have the memory feature but not all have the heat.

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