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Hello folks,

I have recently purchased a set of good condition Napa leather electric memory seats from a year 2000 Vogue to replace the manual seats in my 1996 DSE.

I have the highline BECM so I should just need the sub-loom from the BECM to the seat stations. But there seem to be a number of options. Does anyone know which flavour I require?

Also, will I need the services of a Nanocom to switch on that part of the BECM?

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Si.

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According to here http://new.lrcat.com/#!/1234/88880/89292/7043/89377 it looks to be AMR2835. Don't recall ever seeing a command in the Nanocom list for electric seats so I suspect as long as you have the seat outstations to go with the seats, they should be plug and play.

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Awesome, thanks for the help. :)

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Been there, done that. It is straight plug & play with a highline BECM. But I had the seats from a GEMS into a GEMS, don't know if the airbags are integrated into the loom or if they have a separate loom, which I guess.

I don't know if the 96 DSE has the tilting mirrors if You reverse, my P38 does not have them, but they went down, every time I reversed, but not upwards again ;-) had to disable the mirror dip, easy done: ignition on, gear lever in reverse and pressing memory button until message centre says mirror disabled or something similar (same way to activate).

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Thanks for the tip. The new seats have airbags, the old didn't. The mirrors don't currently auto-dip. I shall look forward to seeing what happens.