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Old 08-17-2011, 06:55 PM   #21
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so all the mounting holes are under the carpet. i cut holes just larger than the bolts...



what size bolt did you get and is that metric? grade 8 bolt?
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what size bolt did you get and is that metric? grade 8 bolt?
Metric grade 5 I think. I forget the size. I just took one of the others to the hardware store to compare
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Old 08-18-2011, 10:47 AM   #23
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Metric grade 5 I think. I forget the size. I just took one of the others to the hardware store to compare
I got mine from a junkyard, and just asked for all of the bolts.
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has anybody tried this swap on a 96 regular cab, im ready to chuck my bench ..
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has anybody tried this swap on a 96 regular cab, im ready to chuck my bench ..
it wouls be so easy in a 96... just pull the seat out and find buckets to put in. you may need to shop for some brackets or make some...
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could u use just one 3.3 resistor?
Sure. It was a dollar for a pack of 10ohm resisters at radio shack. They didn't have any 3.3 ohm resisters. In fact, where are you going to find a single 3.3 ohm resistor.
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The radio shack by my house had them I was there yesterday ...but I wasn't sure u used three 10's for a reason
Make sure they aren't 3.3kohms Because my radio shack had those.
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They were 3.3k.....what's the difference
3.3ohms

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3.3k or 3,300 ohms

big difference lol
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I've been wanting bucket seats ever since i bought my truck. The problem i ran into was that the 09-10 tacomas come with airbags in the seats. I read around that a resistor of 3.3ohms will trick the system into believing the airbag is fine.
I found this was successful about 50% of the time. Well, i learned the trick is to disconnect the battery before you unplug the airbags. if you dont and the light comes on they wont go off until you have the system reset by the dealer.


The weight sensor was easily removed and put into the 05 bucket seat that i bought. the seatbelts are all open when the buckle is disconnected so you can just leave them unplugged or use the stock buckles like i did.

i didnt take as many pics as i should have but i will have a few coming
Have you had any issues at all? I found a few off some 2005 to 2007's seats and really want to do this but really want the air bag sensor to work. If i took all the airbag stuff off my 2010 bench and put in on the 2007 seats do you think it will work or is there a issues i don't know of.
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Have you had any issues at all? I found a few off some 2005 to 2007's seats and really want to do this but really want the air bag sensor to work. If i took all the airbag stuff off my 2010 bench and put in on the 2007 seats do you think it will work or is there a issues i don't know of.
My write-up should answer all your questions, Especially check out part2 which goes into detail about swapping in the correct hardware with no bypassing at all!!

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My write-up should answer all your questions, Especially check out part2 which goes into detail about swapping in the correct hardware with no bypassing at all!!

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Thanks I will go back and re-read.
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all i did was to but $3 worth of 10ohm resistors. 3 10ohm resistors paralleled gives you 3.333ohms. Perfect to "trick" the airbag system...
So the metal piece zip tied to the rail sensor will make the driver airbag operational. Then you put in the 3 10ohm resistors wired together into the yellow occupant detection plug for the passenger side to trick it into working. this will make your airbags fully operational all the time correct?
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Tried this today. Didn't work. Oh well.
Just unplugging the airbags cause I don't want em going off and make my seats eject in a side impact situation lol.
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