2012 hyundai elantra fuse box diagram

Quest for affordable traditional comfort - 4 choices

2023.05.31 23:19 frenchynerd Quest for affordable traditional comfort - 4 choices

After hours of browsing classified ads, trying to search for an affordable and reliable car with plush seats with a minimum number of angles and bulges and non-protruding headrests.
This is what I found: -Buick LaCrosse 2015 125000 km 14500 CAD$. I like that it's more recent. It's a stretch for my budget. I'm concerned about the seats: there seems to be the same awful bulge in the upper part than in my Verano, which is killing my upper back, and the headrests seem protruding.
-Lexus ES 2011 189000 km 12500$. Paging that much for a 12 year old car with almost 200K seems risky, even if they're apparently quite reliable.
-Toyota Venza 2010 150000 km 10500$. Mileage less high than the Lexus, but still a 13 yo car.
-Hyundai Genesis 2010 151000 km 8200$. The least expensive of the four. That model seems more reliable than the ones Hyundai made afterwards, but it's still quite old.
I saw some Ford Fusion and Mazda that were more recent around 12-13000$, but the headrests seem really awful. I test drove a Ford C-Max yesterday, and the headrest was a huge problem, I had neck pain after that short test drive.
As a pointer, what worked for me for comfort in the past: -2012 Subaru Outback. Very comfy, also very unreliable -2012 Hyundai Elantra. Never had any issues apart from the AC condensator. I regret it a lot, but I know a lot of them from those years had engine issues. If it wasn't for that, I would consider getting another one. -2007 Honda Odyssey. It had all kind of issues and fuel mileage was bad, but it was comfortable
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2023.05.31 22:57 Tricktrick_ 2018 Kia Optima LX 2.4 ac fuses

Can someone with this same yeamake/model share a photo of their under hood fuse box cover? I want to see if it matches mine. I have fuses that are live that should be spares, according to the covers dialog. Also, on the diagram there is a spot that says "A/CON" that takes a 10amp fuse but in the actual spit were the fuse goes, there is nothing to make contact, like no metal ro touch and the fuse sits in the slot loose. I purchased this car certified pre-owned and hope that they didn't need a top for the fuse box and just grabbed whatever they
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2023.05.31 20:18 Guss79 2012 Elantra Engine Knock -- Advice Needed

I've recently started experiencing a knocking sound on my 2012 Hyundai Elantra which I suspect is the dreaded piston slap. The sound is similar to the one demonstrated in this video. My car has only ~85,000 miles and has received all it's regular oil changes at Hyundai dealerships. Other symptoms I've noticed are a strong smell of gas when the car is started, rough idling, occasional rough cold starts, and a significant drop in MPG.
I've gotten two opinions on the car. The first from a local mechanic confirming that there is in fact a knock from the engine and advised me not to drive it as the engine can randomly seize. They advised me to take it to a Hyundai dealership for a diagnostic in hopes that they would help me.
As they suggested, I took it to a local Hyundai dealership for a rather expensive diagnostic ($200 dollars!?). They checked for engine codes and checked out the car. They claim the engine is fine and that the sound I'm hearing is a noisy air compressor. I didn't opt to get the air compressor replaced. They also mentioned that I do not qualify for an engine replacement if the engine did fail.
Based on the extended warranty VIN validator, 2011-2016 Elantras which have spent some time in a cold weather state and have the 1.8L engine qualify for engine replacement if they experience a piston slap noise. The site also states that if you can prove you lived in a cold weather state (they list two sets of criteria to meet) or provide photographic evidence of unusual piston wear, then that could qualify me for an engine replacement. My VIN currently doesn't qualify (I assume that's based on the fact that it was purchased in FL). In case it's relevant (it seems like it might be), I took my 2012 Elantra with me to live in North Carolina for a couple of years and experienced a couple of cold winters there.
I'm figuring I would need to contact Hyundai USA to open a case, but I was wondering if anyone else has been in a similar situation. What info does Hyundai look for to prove that I lived in a cold weather state (weather data? do I need to dig up an old lease?). What other documentation should I prepare (e.g. a video of my car starting and running)? Or is this process more straightforward than that? Does this fall in line with a goodwill repair?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! :)
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2023.05.31 04:37 psychophoenx WTB 2023 Hyundai Elantra HEV Limited but have questions

Obviously many of these stats don't exist for a 23 model but I think we can all get the point.
I have never bought a new car. I have never owned a Hybrid. I am in the process of figuring out how they even work. That said, 50 mixed MPG is a lot better than my bucket getting 24, and it's, well, a bit of a bucket. Regardless of reasoning I'm in the market for a new car and would have loved another Mazda (I've owned two) but the 3 series gets, like, 33 HWY and to heck with that. I need a sedan or a hatchback, and the Elantra looks perfect, and checks all my boxes... BOSE included!
So here are my questions:
What are the maintenance costs on an HEV like? What is the frequency? I assume I still need 3k mile checkups...
What goes wrong and how often? What are the chances it's going to leave me stranded because it's not a standard engine?
Are people actually getting 50 MPG Mixed out of these?
What is known about the Hyundai batteries? Particularly the warranty? They say 10 years & 100k miles, but I have heard that 10 years is about how long one can expect a Hybrid battery to last. So what do they cost to replace?
I have also heard of Hyundai trying to squirm out of warranty service, any experience with that out there?
An incredible Thank You to all, I'm rather excited about the potential here. Any and all sources are welcome.
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2023.05.30 23:36 bike_ski_vt Need assistance identifying which relay pins to use for heated seat buttons

Hi folks, hoping to possibly get some insight for how to properly connect a relay I plan to use for some heated seats.
To provide some background, I am in the process of retrofitting a pair of seats from a newer model of a vehicle into my older model of the same vehicle. Through research on forums, I had come across some helpful diagrams that identified which pins to use on the switches and relay to help wire up the seat heating elements. The issue I am facing is that these diagrams contain a relay that is too low of an amperage (3A) to use for the heated seats I am installing. For context, this is a 10-pin DPDT 12V DC relay. Based on what I have seen, the manufacturer of this relay does not make a similar style of relay with a higher amperage rating to easily wire up the heated seats.
With that said, I found a 30A DPDT 8-pin relay that could hopefully accomplish the same task? I would be certainly grateful for any insight you all could provide.
The pin identification from the item description on Amazon is:
I have attached pictures of the diagrams I have found. I have also included a link to the other relay I would hope to use. The OEM heated seat buttons have two levels of heat, so I am not sure if this may complicate this project. I have included this diagram as well.
Ideally, it would be great to identify the following:
Huge thanks in advance everyone! If this isn't the right venue for this post, please let me know.
Heated Seat Button Diagram
Switch to original relay diagram
Non-heated switch diagram
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2023.05.30 17:32 Reasoning-II First Time Audi Owners - What brought you to the brand? What did you drive before?

Curious as there are so many stories of why people transitioned over to Audi and never turned back. I just picked up my first Audi a few weeks ago, a 2017 S7. I dont think I could ever replace it with a non-Audi in the future.
Came from a 2012 Hyundai Elantra (which is still my daily). To me, having bluetooth in my Hyundai was considered a bonus, so the S7 is a spaceship in comparison.
My brother has a 2015 SQ5 and 2015 S4, and after driving his S4 I knew I'd be in trouble. Theres such a refined feel to every detail in the car from exterior appearance, interior quality, and driving feel.

What brought you to the brand? What did you drive before?
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2023.05.30 16:49 mewdew64 2012 Yukon XL Denali - Tapping into Fuse Box for Portable Head Unit/Dashcam Combo. Best Fuse to Use?

2012 Yukon XL Denali - Tapping into Fuse Box for Portable Head Unit/Dashcam Combo. Best Fuse to Use?
I am trying to tap this portable head unit with integrated dash cam into my fuse box so as to not drain power from the battery when the truck is off. The issue is, when I hooked up the multimeter to the fuse box on the driver's side, I couldn't find a good fuse to tap into safely. I was hoping that I could use either the cigarette lighter fuse, or the auxiliary power fuse, but when testing, both of those got 12 volts when the truck was off. Any recommendations on the best fuse to use?
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2023.05.30 06:44 CharlieBellaNSFW C7 Black Infotainment Screen

Hi everyone, I was just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction or help me w this.:. I have a C7 and the other day it rained in the top is off as soon as I realized I put the top on, wiped everything down, & dried the seats, etc.. a few days later I went to start my car and it was dead… So dead I had to take the key out of the five and open it via the back key area under the trunk and reset the key fob. It took 35 minutes being hooked up the jumper cables to finally get the car to start. It did start but when it started, the navigation had a black screen, no radio no Bluetooth navigation onstar are currently unavailable/not working. The drop screen still how’s up and down.. Also, the USB ports that I typically charge my phone from will not work I tried switching charging cables, & still no luck. I seem to think I probably blew a fuse and I think there is a parasitic drain on the battery, but I do not have a multimeter. I looked at the diagram of the fuse box in the trunk and I don’t really see anything for a radio regardless, I am many things, but Electrician is definitely not one of them lol does anybody have any experience with this? Is there any easy fix? Thank you in advance for your help.
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2023.05.30 04:09 fganniversaries Fighting Game Anniversaries: Week 22 (May 29 - June 4)

Hey y'all, this is fganniversaries again. Like last week, I will be recapping anniversaries relating to fighting game announcements/releases this week. Like always, if I missed one, do please let me know in the comments. Here would be the following anniversaries:
May 29
May 30
May 31
June 1
June 2
June 3
June 4
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2023.05.30 04:09 fganniversaries Fighting Game Anniversaries: Week 22 (May 29 - June 4)

Hey y'all, this is fganniversaries again. Like last week, I will be recapping anniversaries relating to fighting game announcements/releases this week. Like always, if I missed one, do please let me know in the comments. Here would be the following anniversaries:
May 29
May 30
May 31
June 1
June 2
June 3
June 4
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2023.05.30 04:08 fganniversaries Fighting Game Anniversaries: Week 22 (May 29 - June 4)

Hey y'all, this is fganniversaries again. Like last week, I will be recapping anniversaries relating to fighting game announcements/releases this week. Like always, if I missed one, do please let me know in the comments. Here would be the following anniversaries:
May 29
May 30
May 31
June 1
June 2
June 3
June 4
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2023.05.30 03:52 a-ham61593 Converting existing 12v solar system to 48v - help me check my work?

Converting existing 12v solar system to 48v - help me check my work?
Hi everyone. So I have a sprinter van that currently has a full 12V solar system. It uses 3 100W panels to a 40A charge controller, a 12v 400Ah battery, and a 2000W inverter. There are both 110V and 12V loads that are powered by the system.
We want to upgrade from a 12V system to a 48v system. As far as I can tell, we could do that by having a 48V solar array, into a 48V all-in-one solar chargeinverter that charges a 48V battery. The all in one would wire into the 110V breaker box, and the power from the battery would go through a 48V/12V step down converter before supplying power to the 12V DC fuse box.
My first question is in creating the solar array. My understanding is that you can wire them together in series-parallel in order to bump the voltage up to 48v but still maximize the amperage coming in. We want to try to reuse 2 of the current 100W panels in the system. Would be able to wire two 12v panels together in series, then connect that grouping to a 24v panel in series, then connect that grouping in parallel to 2 24V panels wired in series? Hopefully the diagram helps make sense of that word soup.
The other question is whether it really is as simple as adding the step down converter between the battery and the fuse box? We're trying to avoid digging into the house wiring at all costs, so it seemed like this was the simplest way to make this upgrade.
Please tell me any and every problem you see with this system (We're trying to figure out the kinks before we majorly invest in the components)
Here are the components we're thinking about using
48V MPPT Solar InverteCharger - https://www.renogy.com/48v-3500w-solar-inverter-charge
48V Battery - https://trophybattery.com/index.php/product/48v220e-1/ OR https://signaturesolar.com/eg4-lifepower4-lithium-battery-48v-100ah/
48V/12V Step Down Converter - https://www.victronenergy.com/dc-dc-converters/orion-tr-dc-dc-converters-isolated
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2023.05.29 20:16 ThRuben Fuse box diagram for Clio V E-Tech Hybrid

Quick question for any techs for Renault. I've been installing a dashcam in my new Clio V but can't find a diagram for the fuse box on the driver side so I can't install it properly.
Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.05.29 19:55 whatwellok Can I hook up a 3-way switch to this gable fan for speed control?

Can I hook up a 3-way switch to this gable fan for speed control?
I'm looking to use a wifi-enabled 3-way switch as a toggle to control the high and low speeds of a gable fan I'm installing in my attic. I was planning on routing 14/3 wire into a junction box (from the upstream 3-way switch) to attach to the high/low wires from the fan. There is a thermostat and a fire fuse that both simply disconnect the wiring to the fan as far as I can tell - this needs to be in the path of the load.
Given the wiring in the diagram, would I need to directly connect the traveler wires to the high/low fan wires and then route the neutral back through the thermostat/fire fuse?


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2023.05.29 17:44 bad_card Where can I find a fuse box diagram(accurate) for 2013(6th generation) sportswagon TDI?

I know this is an odd question in the modern Google era, but I can't find a diagram for my 2013 Jetta. It is a TDI, but my results are telling me it is to the left of the steering wheel, facing the driver. And it is rectangle. Mine is on the side of the dash that the door closes up to, and is a non rectangular shape. What's crazy is this is the first vehicle I have owned that doesn't have a diagram in the manual. What gives?
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2023.05.29 17:34 PasghettiSc2 Looking for a New Car with Latest Safety Features - Beyond Honda and Toyota

I'm in the market for a new car and safety is my top priority. I want a vehicle that boasts all the latest safety features like adaptive cruise control, parking assist, forward collision mitigation, and more. While Honda and Toyota are known for their reliability, the supply shortages and high demand for these brands have made me consider alternative options. I came across the 2023 Hyundai Elantra, which seems to check all the boxes. However, I'm unsure about its reliability. Can anyone shed some light on this or suggest other overlooked options that offer both safety and comfort?
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2023.05.29 16:55 keitoo01 Fuse box VW Passat B6 2006

Fuse box VW Passat B6 2006
Hi guys,
I don't really know anything about fuses in my car and I was wondering if it was normal that I have a few missing compared to a diagram I found online. I opened the box because my back charger is not working and thought it might be a blown fuse. Can you advise?
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2023.05.29 13:27 MarcWWolfe Factory fresh ECU files?

Factory fresh ECU files?
Anybody have those or know of a good place to find them?
Currently looking for 2012 Patriot ECU (P05150 series ECU) EEPROM contents. Seems a factory fresh ECU won't care about absence of key transceiver, and I don't even need a VIN match because I'm running just the ECU, no TCU. A reset/SKIM "delete" EEPROM file would work too; as far as I can tell, that's all the same and people you'd pay for the "delete" just haven't admitted it.
Supposedly these vehicles had the options for not having chip keys from the factory. An EEPROM dump from one of those should work as well.
Fuse box has some fancy bullshit, but supposedly no VIN matching to worry about there. Trying to create an engine test stand without adding extra bullshit modules, and at some point use the ECU for my motorcycle engine.
Datasheet of EEPROM
An SPI EEPROM, it's circled.

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2023.05.29 05:20 Affectionate-Low7193 Car stolen in Robinson today

My 2012 Hyundai Elantra was stolen from outside my apartment in Robinson today between 6 and 7 PM. I was home at the time and so were a lot of my neighbors. All keys are accounted for, I own it outright, and it was parked legally so I have no reason to think it was towed. It was daylight at the time and my unit is in a high foot traffic area.
I didn’t have anything of value in the car but I’m kicking myself for not having better insurance that covers theft. If it isn’t recovered I’m SOL. Let this be a warning to other cheap people like me. Just because you don’t drive often doesn’t mean you can get away with minimum coverage. Assholes can travel to areas that look safe and steal the car without you doing anything wrong. I know minimum coverage means I am financially responsible for accidents but I wasn’t worried about theft because I thought my complex was safe.
Edit: When I wrote this post I was under the impression my model was not one of the models that could be started with a USB. I read a few articles that said the impacted models were 2013 or later. It has since come to my attention that was incorrect. Clarity and additional context added
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2023.05.29 02:06 Nik17 I traded my GR86 for a Hyundai with a Theta ii

Hi. It’s me. In January I traded my GR86 for an Elantra N. Since them I’ve put about 2500 miles on including one track day, an autocross, and a lot of preschool runs.
Photos and hot lap video https://imgur.com/a/02SffO8 https://streamable.com/m4rvto
Why did I get rid of the GR86? Space. The GR86 can fit two adults and two kids in car seats, however your passenger will be miserable and you’ll have to perform an expert level yoga move each time you put a child in a rear facing convertible car seat. Even just putting my oldest one in her forward facing one is not ideal. Me being me, I started looking and saw that even now in May 2023, these things are still hard to find which mean places are giving top dollar for them.
Why the Elantra N? I realized that this segment is ideal for me. Many people moan about fwd being not fun, but I’ve had just as much fun in fwd as rwd at autocross and on track. This segment gives me fun cars that can do it all, as a dad car DD and something for weekend fun, with mostly no compromises. I went down the list of usual suspects. FL5 CTR: Too expensive. Already had an FK8. Lacking a bit of character. Impossible to find. GRolla: A bit small in the rear for a rear facing car seat. AWD is more of a minus than a plus for me, even though I live in New England. GolfR: A little expensive, too under the radar, too refined. I also considered a DCT F80 M3, but couldn't justify the extra cost, and found it a bit too insulated.
The EN checks all of the right driving boxes for me and even has the option to appease my wife who has always (politely) asked me to get an automatic transmission that she could drive. Until now, I’ve always had a manual. I’m not a die hard 'I must drive everything stick' type person, but I always enjoy driving stick on the street but have said for a while I’d consider a DCT for its telepathic shifting. Of course the one box the EN doesn’t check is the looks. My god the front. I still have no idea what they were thinking (and I don't think the '24 refresh looks much, if any better). As I’ve owned it, it’s grown on me a little. Much like if your friend names their cat or dog something silly, you start to appreciate it as you associate the name with a real thing that takes real pets and belly rubs. I do enjoy the rear light bar, but not the wing that’s crumpled in the middle. I assume this is to aid visibility? And of course the side looks pre-crashed but it can be forgiven.
Interior The interior is good. The Hyundai infotainment is really great. Large, sharp screens for both the gauge cluster and the infotainment. I love how the infotainment screen is slightly angled to the driver. Of course I mostly just use it for carplay but I love the N mode screen. It let’s you make your own custom modes where you can set steering, engine/throttle response, shift speed, suspension, and exhaust. It also has a bunch of customizable settings inside of N mode. Want the DCT to not creep? There’s a setting for that. Want a little kick on upshifts and the trans to really slam home that gear? N power shift will do that for you. Want the DCT to hold revs and know when you’re on a track? N track sense is here for you. Outside of the infotainment the interior is fine. Seats are great, and heated. They light up. Why? ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Some of the plastics are out of a base Elantra, but everything you touch is good, with alcantara on many surfaces. I did have the base GR86, but the EN interior is definitely better in just about every way. And the Hyundai app is wonderful for remote starting with climate control or just quickly and easily unlocking/locking.
One interior-ish quirk, it has no adaptive cruise control. It does have lane keep assist, rear parking sensors, emergency front braking and blind spot monitoring. No ACC is not a huge deal breaker to me as I don’t often go on long highway trips for it, but it would be nice to have.
Driving I like fwd. I like rwd. I’m definitively in the ‘if you hate fwd, you just haven’t driven good fwd at the limit’ camp (sorry). Do I miss leaving T-junctions sideways with rwd? A little. I think the equivalent feeling for fwd is approaching a corner, keeping the revs high, mashing throttle and feel the eLSD just suck you in, like magic. The eLSD is excellent, as is the wet 8 speed dct. It almost always knows which gear you’re going for which means a impressively quick shift. Even if you choose a shift that doesn’t jive, it’s still not slow. Is it as engaging as a manual? Probably not, but the video game-ness of it is fun in its own way. The worst named feature that comes with the DCT is the NGS. Push the button and you get 20 seconds of 25nm more of torque. It’ll also put your exhaust into the state of CA’s favorite Sport+ mode with all of the pops and bangs you could ever want, and if you have the transmission in automatic, it’ll downshift you to the highest gear. The suspension is adjustable, which in partnership with the DCT, helps make the car go from appliance car (in eco mode) to a true fun daily/something that's ready for the track. Suspension in my opinion is soft enough on it's softest setting and just about stiff enough in the stiffest setting. Sticky stock PS4S help the quick turn in, but even with the all-season DWS 06 that I put on for some light winter duty, handling remains good. Power is plenty. I don't think it feels much slower than the CTR when using the NGS feature.
The dealer experience
I’ve bought quite a few cars and this dealership experience was the best. I feel like I read nothing but bad things about Hyundai but was genuinely impressed. The dealership wasn’t that far away, but everything was done via email/electronically. Everything was as smooth as possible, super easy transaction from start to finish.
On track
I did add some light mods, camber bolts (with an alignment bumping the already good front camber from -1.7 -> -2.5 in the front) and 18x9 wheels (from 19x8) and 245/40/18 Kumho V730 tires. Car comes with genuinely track capable brakes and factory filled with DOT4. Car was terrific at my local track, Thompson for an SCCA Track Night in America event. Oil gets a little warm, like just about any turbo 4, but factory gauges are great and coolant temp stays reasonable. DCT really comes to life on track where it feels like you’re shifting in a video game. Car was about 1.5s faster than my GR86, which was on a stickier tire (Falken RT660). I can’t wait to track it more.
What’s next? Nothing for a while. Going to feed it fluids, brakes and tires and enjoy it. I would honestly still have the CTR if the market weren’t so wild. Which is better? At least for the FK8, I prefer the EN in most ways. The main difference between the two is character. The FK8 does everything well but without fan fare or drama. Exactly the opposite of its boy racer looks. It’s like Honda set out to build the best hot hatch but forgot that being the best doesn’t necessarily make it the most fun. The EN is brimming with character. It has torque steer, the exhaust can make hilariously loud pops and bangs (and only if you want it to), and the seats light up. Hyundai knew that people want fun. Of course the Honda will have better resale value and potentially be more reliable but the EN makes me feel more, which is kind of why we buy these things.
Cons and quirks Only two front cup holders. Front door pocket bottle holders only hold small bottles/could be more usable. No rear climate vents, sorry kids. No adaptive cruise Rear strut bar limits pass through trunk storage but it is fairly easily removable.
Happy to answer any and all questions about the car.
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2023.05.28 18:47 Quick-Plate228 Door speakers don't work?

I just bought a Mazda 6 2012 and none of the door speakers work (don't think the tweeters work either) but the front and back dash speakers work. I checked the fuse box if the audio fuse was blown but it was fine (bottom was a little charred). Could all the speakers be blown or something else. Any ideas?
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2023.05.28 18:03 Ephylix Power seat connector?

Power seat connector?
Hello folks,
Got a 2013 Nissan Rogue. Has a power seat for the driver seat, and I believe the connector is broken. Pics attached. The male side appears to be missing pins. There are 6 wires going in on the female side. I tested the connector with the car off and on and there was a voltage increase with the car on, which gives me the impression that there is power going to the seat. The fuse box doesn't appear to have a fuse for the seat according to the diagram, but it doesn't appear to have ever had one, even after the seat was repaired. Does anyone know what the replacement part for this would be? Am I better off just taking it to a mechanic?
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