Putting a 2018 Silverado/Sierra Jump Seat into a 2016 Suburban/Tahoe/Yukon?

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  1. KCB2015

    KCB2015 TYF Newbie

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    I lucked out on a coco dune leather jump seat out of a 2017 this forum proved to me it can be done and look nice . Thanks everyone for your input :) I plan on posting the details as I tackle the project here for others , thanks again :) .
     
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    Nice! You'll be happy with the upgrade. Hopefully some has access to the wiring diagram or pin out on the plug so we can get the factory outlets working.

    Looking forward to your thread.
     
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    GMupfitter.com is a good resource.

    Here is a link to the 2017 Electrical book. It’s rather comprehensive, but it should have what you’re looking for.
    https://www.gmupfitter.com/files/me...ilders_Manual_Service_Manual_2017_en_US_1.pdf
     
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    Thats a great view of front attachment, here is what I used for rear. A $20 amz seat bracket kit with a couple extra screw bracket thinggies I had left over from a aries nerf install kit (pic 2). You can see it all come together in 3rd pic behind red wire. Red wire feeds gang panel in console; it was fished under carpet/panels to driver side 3rd row power outlet - just pull up cupholder and solder it up under there. Used a 3d printer to fab covers for old armrest holes to finish up...[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Those little covers for the armrest pine are very nice!
     
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    Thanks. Bout the only useful thing that creality ender has made. They have held up nicely for 6 months with a dab or gorilla glue on the metal...

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    Nice. I think I'm in the market for a 3d printer now!
     

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