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I havve a 86 olds power seat for a coup an i want tonow where the blue wire goes

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The blue wire comes hot with the key and it comes from the fuse panel as the power seat circuit breaker ( looks like a fuse but metal box ) It's possible that the car didn't have power seats but the fuse holder is in the fuse panel and the place for the blue wire isn't even filled with a fuse contac. Your chevy pars dept can sell you the circuirt breaker and the insert that goes in the fuse panel that'll let you hook it up right. ( it's alot safer that way.)

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