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I completed a search, checked the 3 (46 33 54) suspected fuses, there all good. Any more ideas before i have it looked at? The search revealed a thread from 2007, i didnt know if there was any updated information. Thanks in advance
 

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This is the only thing that seems out of whack. The white female plug isn't hooked to anything and there are 3 wires that were just hanging loose? I tried to hook them in the white plug, no joy. My hands are too big. The other x factor is that the rear seat is layed down, so the only way to work is threw the front.

I guess when the monsoon is over here i can look under the passengers seat.
 

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oh oh.
Actually, no worries mate! Just reconnect to the male plug laying by the spark oscillator.
If the radio crackles afterwards then your seat sensitometer is fried. Just get a new one at the dealer or make your own with a couple of those wires and the plastic clip from the windshield wiper replacement.
It works pretty good but try not to get into the rig with wet shoes or an analog watch, those sparks tingle like crazy, but a little juice aint' gonna kill ya.

I hope this helps.

Rafa
 
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