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New member here, I just got a steal on two dual tone seats from a 2010 CC TSI. Got both front seats for $200USD. I’m having trouble with the harnesses for them. I can’t find anywhere online for the pin out for them nor anyone trying this. But the seats do fit on the Jetta bracket wise but they have no functionality since the ones coming off are not powered.



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Could you post pictures of the CC seats installed in your Jetta? Always loved how the CC seats looked!


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First and foremost, what year is your Jetta? From what I understand is if you have a 2016+ then you will not be able to code out the airbags from a 2010 as it is deemed to be too old. I ran into this problem with my seats that I swapped.

Secondly, do you have access to a vagcom? This will be needed so that your ECU can recognize the new seats (passenger seat recognition module) or you will have an airbag light on and the airbags will not function properly. Also, since the CC seats are powered, you will have to run a new wire and fuse to get power to them...unless you plan on keeping them in a fixed position?


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First and foremost, what year is your Jetta? From what I understand is if you have a 2016+ then you will not be able to code out the airbags from a 2010 as it is deemed to be too old. I ran into this problem with my seats that I swapped.

Secondly, do you have access to a vagcom? This will be needed so that your ECU can recognize the new seats (passenger seat recognition module) or you will have an airbag light on and the airbags will not function properly. Also, since the CC seats are powered, you will have to run a new wire and fuse to get power to them...unless you plan on keeping them in a fixed position?


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It’s a 2012 Jetta the donor car is a 2010 Passat CC any recommendations for a vagcom? Would the obdeleven work?


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It’s a 2012 Jetta the donor car is a 2010 Passat CC any recommendations for a vagcom? Would the obdeleven work?


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Not sure about the obdeleven. Someone here may be able to shed some light on that. I used the vagcom from Ross-Tech (VCDS) which is what my dealership uses. People sell theirs here and there on this forum.

The seats should theoretically work. Unfortunately I cannot help you with the wiring for the CC. Have you tried the CC forum to see if someone has modified their seats and can let you know the wiring schematic?

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I got you covered bro, I can send you both diagrams for your Jetta & CC. Just PM me your email.

Keep in mind that you WILL have to swap the seat recognition module & pad and do the adaption, which means you will have to take apart both lower seats to do this. I have done this before. And you may have to do some re-pinning at the connectors too. You also have to swap seat belt buckles too.
 

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I got you covered bro, I can send you both diagrams for your Jetta & CC. Just PM me your email.

Keep in mind that you WILL have to swap the seat recognition module & pad and do the adaption, which means you will have to take apart both lower seats to do this. I have done this before. And you may have to do some re-pinning at the connectors too. You also have to swap seat belt buckles too.
Pm’ed the email thanks!


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I got you covered bro, I can send you both diagrams for your Jetta & CC. Just PM me your email.

Keep in mind that you WILL have to swap the seat recognition module & pad and do the adaption, which means you will have to take apart both lower seats to do this. I have done this before. And you may have to do some re-pinning at the connectors too. You also have to swap seat belt buckles too.
Do you happen to still have the diagrams? I have a mk5, but I'm looking into swapping out the seats for my Jetta to CC.
 

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Do you happen to still have the diagrams? I have a mk5, but I'm looking into swapping out the seats for my Jetta to CC.
Yes, I still have access to all wiring diagrams. Do understand that year of current car’s & donor car’s year and features are important.
 
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