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Toyota power seats

Ok heres my problem i got a set of power seats from a friend of mine but he does not know what they came out of but on the under side they have a toyota tag so i know they made by toyota i need to know the wiring conections for these seats i dont wanna try and run a hot line and grnd and risk frying a motor or computer module is there anyway to find out what they came out of, the delership will not tell me anything without having the vin of the car they came out of. any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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The connectors should match up if not wouldnt use

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Copied from TSB PD002-05

NOTE:
Anytime the battery terminal has been disconnected, please initialize the driver's door
power
window and front passenger's door power window after reconnecting the
battery terminal.

With ignition switch in the "ON" position, do the following:

1. Push down and hold the driver's door power
window switch to completely open
the
window.
2. Pull and hold up the driver's door power
window switch until the window closes.
Continue holding the switch for approximately one second until the switch changes
from blinking to a constant illumination.
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pushing the switch briefly to the "DOWN" and "UP" positions.

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window switch for the passenger's door window should
be blinking.
4. Push down and hold the passenger's door power
window switch to completely open
the
window.
5. Pull and hold up the passenger's door power
window switch until the window closes.
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from blinking to a constant illumination.
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pushing the switch briefly to the "DOWN" and "UP" positions.

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