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Old 08-22-2019, 08:36 PM #1
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Swapping Sport seats into an SR5 - is this possible??? PLEASE ADVISE.

Hey everybody!

Like the title says, is it possible to gut a 4th gen Sport interior and simply plug it into my SR5?

Since the SR5 has the electric lumbar support, is the wiring harness situation already sorted out? Will I be able to simply “plug-and-play” the fully motorized Sport seats into the existing harness, or will I have to get fancy with the wiring?

Will I have to be careful with airbags?

Anyone tried this, or know of anyone who has?

Thanks for your help!
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I have a 2005 Sport... sounds like my seat is same as yours. Manual with electric lumbar.


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Oh weird; since I was only concentrating on post facelift 4th gens (2006-on, with the 5-speed trans), I didn't realize the earlier Sports had manual seats. Learn something new everyday...

So yeah, I amend my earlier question: Is it possible to adapt fully electric seats from the later 4th gen (Sport OR Limited, for that matter) into an SR5?
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My 2009 sport has dual power seats.... didn't know they had manual seats lol.
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If you have a 06-09, buy seats from the 06-09 years.

If you have a 03-05, buy seats from these years.

Theres some wiring differences between the 2... otherwise you could be fine to bolt up and plug in whatever you want.
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Do you have any details on the wiring differences? I just bought 04s for my 07 and want to make it work. I was told only the front passenger seat needs modification


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If you're getting the seats from a scrap yard (these vehicles are hard to find in a scrap yard), then I would suggest just clipping the entire plug so you can splice it in if needed. Otherwise it should be bolt on.

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