Okay. I see that I did not attach the wiring diagram like I said I did. Sorry about that.
Just to be clear, you are just trying to get the seat occupation sensor connected and not any of the power options?
If this is correct, then you need the second attached wiring diagram below.
I show that you have 3 wires for this sensor as it is a typical 3 wire sensor. This means you have 5 volts supplied to the sensor and then you have what is called a signal and ground (low ref) wires.
Basically the 5 volts is supplied to the sensor and then the signal wire is what tells the module if there is someone in it. Then the low ref is just a ground wire for the circuit.
If you only have 2 wires, then I suspect this is for something else. Plus, I don't show them being blue wires, so I am thinking that this seat came out of a vehicle that does not have a seat sensor or you have the wrong connector for this system.
Let me know if I am not understanding. If not, can you get some pictures of what you are dealing with and that should help?
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Saturday, November 13th, 2021 AT 8:35 AM