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Old 10-06-2018, 07:20 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what this is?

This was laying in the floor under the drivers seat of our 2004 e350 smb. Itís connected to the wiring, but wasnít on the seat base. I couldnít find a place where it should mount. It looks like some kind of sensor. Thanks for any help.
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Old 10-06-2018, 07:58 PM   #2
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Pure guess, but for a seat belt pre-tensioner?




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Old 10-06-2018, 10:07 PM   #3
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Is it for a power seat that you don't have? Also, I seem to remember there being a box under the driver's seat that controls keyless entry or something like that on some years. How option'd (loaded) is your van?
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It has power locks, cruise, tilt, ac, but no power seat.
Itís pretty small gauge wire for a power seat though. There is a box under there, but this thing is separate, unless itís some kind of antenna for the power locks.
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Old 10-08-2018, 04:25 AM   #5
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.....Power seat connector....plugged into a dummy connector to keep it clean....unplug it.......it'll be obvious...


There are two conductors ..+12V and ground...always on....convenient if you want to use it to power something.
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Brushhogger...All we are missing is Arctic Traveler's response and we will have the most trusted response's opinion's on here...all those dudes are the BEST!! I can't tell you how "secure/relieved" I feel when I read their posts/advice ...If I ever need...Thanks Boys for all you do on here!!!!
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.....Power seat connector....plugged into a dummy connector to keep it clean....unplug it.......it'll be obvious...


There are two conductors ..+12V and ground...always on....convenient if you want to use it to power something.


Yesssss! That will be perfect for the 4G cell phone booster! Thanks guys! I really love this forum
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Yesssss! That will be perfect for the 4G cell phone booster! Thanks guys! I really love this forum

I used mine for a power driver's seat that I bought from jsweezy...of course the 2009+ seats have a square connector..a few mods and it's all good.
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Brushhogger...All we are missing is Arctic Traveler's response
Thanks for the kind words, but I have nothing to add as I can't positively identify that connector, but it sounds like the question has been answered.
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