This was provided to me by user Swimman so all credit goes to him. I followed the instructions and it was pretty straight forward. To remove the headrests you need a small pin or eyeglasses screwdriver and insert it into the headrest post to remove them. That was the only thing I got held up on really.... Oh and don't rip your seat....
-Disconnect the negative battery terminal
-Remove passenger headrest
-Remove the four plastic covers on the seat sliders.
-Unplug the four wire connectors at the front of the seat.
-Remove the two bolts at the rear of the seat.
-Lift rear of seat toward front of car and this will allow you to release the front of the seat from the track
-Remove the fifth wire connector under the seat
-I then moved the seat on top of the rear seat (put some heavy cardboard or something else between the front seat and rear seat as the metal bases of the front seat can scratch the leather (don't ask how I know this!)
-Look under the front seat in the front and middle. The module is there in the center but you may have to cut away the white fabric to access it. I cut the fabric on the left and right side of the module.
-To remove the module from the module holder (module holder stays attached to the seat) I placed a flat head screw driver between the module holder clip and the actual module and gently pried up. This will allow you to slide the module toward the back of the seat. Once the module clears the module holder you now have access to the two module plugs. Place a flat head screw driver into the plug (I forget which side it goes into but you should be able to figure it out) and gently pry the clip away and then pull out the plug. Be gentle especially on the plug that has the ribbon cable.
-Reverse everything to reinstall and then bring to dealer to reprogram
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