One trick I learned with sing JB Weld to fashion "parts" is to use duct tape. Not the fabric "duck tape", but real metal duct tape. It can be molded into a shape ou need, filled with JB Weld, then peeled off when done.
Thanks for tip. I actually have some of the real duct tape laying around.
I had 30 minutes to work on the seat. I used my multimeter to check out the wiring on the plugs under the seats. I found that:
On the white 14-pin connector:
1. The White wire in pin 8 and the Black/Yellow wire in pin 9 have continuity. They appear to power the forward and backward motion of the seat.
2. The White/Black wire in pin 10 and the Blue/Black wire in pin 12 have continuity and appear to power the rear tilt of the seat bottom.
3. The White/Blue wire in pin 13 and the Black/Red wire in pin 14 have continuity and appear to power the front tilt of the seat bottom
On the black 6-pin connector:
The White wire in pin 2 and the Brown Wire in pin 6 have continuity. I cannot tell where they go, but Iím wondering whether they power the seat back tilt.
Tomorrow night Iím planning to use the power source I salvaged from a personal computer to apply 12-volt power to each of the circuits I identified and see if I can get the motors to move.