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Anyone know where I can find a wiring diagram for p38 electric seats?

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by jimllshiftit, Aug 30, 2019.

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  1. jimllshiftit

    jimllshiftit Active Member

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    Hi,

    Working on a camper van project at the moment and I just happen to have some decent black leather P38 seats that would fit rather nicely in the van, but they are electric.

    Im hoping I can just bypass all the electrical gubinary under the seats and just get 12v to the switches to make them work but I need a wiring diagram to figure it out.

    Has anyone here got one? All google throws up is every other wiring diagram for everything else electrical and P38 related, which is a lot!
     
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    RAVE . . link in Technical Archive.
     

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    The switches are not rated to operate the motors directly, you need to interpose relays but it's easy enough to get them working.
     
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    Ill try and find my RAVE cd later. Dont know where it is right now.

    Datatek.... Could you elaborate?
     
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    You use the switch to operate the relay and the relay to operate the motor.
     
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    Nice one. Hopefully I'll get a chance to look into it later.
     
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