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I picked up this passenger seat for $40 at the local scrap yard, still looking for a drivers side. Also picked up a rear bumper for $26.

For driver side seats - I have leather heated, powered seat - any idea what years are plug and play?
 

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I’d assume 2003-2005 are compatible and 2006-2008 are compatible.
Be careful due to the airbags. They’ll bolt up just fine
 

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I’d assume 2003-2005 are compatible and 2006-2008 are compatible.
Be careful due to the airbags. They’ll bolt up just fine
just to confirm - do you think the 2006-8 will fit in 03-5?

probably the easiest thing it to remove a later one and see if if fits in an earlier one at the yard.
 

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just to confirm - do you think the 2006-8 will fit in 03-5?

probably the easiest thing it to remove a later one and see if if fits in an earlier one at the yard.
I think it’ll bolt in correctly, but the electrical and airbag connectors might be different. Given the fact that airbags are involved, I wouldn’t mess with it. Best to be on the side of caution.
 

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I know it's conventional wisdom at least to disconnect the negative battery terminal a good ten minutes before messing with anything potentially airbag related, and I would certainly heed that advice, but I have yet to come across any case of an airbag going off unintentionally in such a situation, at least not on this forum. Is it because Piloteers are exceptionally smart, exceptionally cautious or exceptionally lucky? Has anyone ever come across a case?
 

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I know it's conventional wisdom at least to disconnect the negative battery terminal a good ten minutes before messing with anything potentially airbag related, and I would certainly heed that advice, but I have yet to come across any case of an airbag going off unintentionally in such a situation, at least not on this forum. Is it because Piloteers are exceptionally smart, exceptionally cautious or exceptionally lucky? Has anyone ever come across a case?
definitely will have battery disconnected before swapping seats.
 
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