Yes the truck should be pre wired for everything. Power adjust on both sides, heat on both sides, vent on both sides and the heated wheel. All the regular cab trucks come pre wired for most options. The consensus is that they build so few regular cab trucks they don't bother making different harnesses for certain trim levels like they do with the Quad Cab and Crew Cab trucks. There are a few catches along the way. Your truck is pre wired but the vented seats will not work unless you have the RA3 or RA4 8.4 radio. If your truck doesn't have the 8.4 radio you can easily add it as well which makes the upgrade even nicer. So for the full upgrade you would need the seats, switch panel, 8.4 radio conversion and to enable the codes in the BCM with the alfa tool. If you also want the heated wheel you will need to also add the correct steering wheel and clockspring and enable those codes as well. All the Laramie seats are memory capable. Your truck is not wired for that option to work since memory was not offered in the regular Cab. You can easily add that feature by installing the four wires needed for the memory to function and then enabling those codes in the BCM. All Laramie seats are heated, vented and have memory. Sport seats look like Laramie seats but are not memory capable and may or may not be vented depending on what options the truck came with. Your truck should also be pre wired for the 110v outlet in the dash. The inverter should be mounted to the bottom of passenger side seat and plugs in with the seat harness. It should also work plug and play if you install the correct 110v outlet in the dash and plug in the connector that's already there and enable the codes in the BCM.
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