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Originally posted by guywithblack88e30@Mar 15 2005, 12:05 AM i heard there was a way to do it thou
is not difficuly at all. easy afternoon job.
you'll have to remove the gauge cluster and pull forwad the heater/radio panel,
also an obc compatible wire harness and the obc control module to activate engine disable funtion "code" from obc., if you feel like it, then add a compatible turn light switch so you can toggle obc functions from it.
Originally posted by fporro+Mar 15 2005, 11:19 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(fporro @ Mar 15 2005, 11:19 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-guywithblack88e30@Mar 15 2005, 12:05 AM i heard there was a way to do it thou
give you a hint,
almost 100 miles round trip, time and gas, time to remove them, cost of parts, cost of listing them, final value fees, paypal fees. time answering questions, packing them, 20 mile round trip to post office, etc.
Originally posted by guywithblack88e30@Mar 17 2005, 01:14 AM well what obc wire do i need i don't mind trip 2 junkyard
yes, you'll need that wire harness, there's a second harness that runs through the firewall, yu already have the temperature sensor so unless you want the second horn then don't bother.
main obc harness will have 7 or 10 plugs, depending on the year.
2 connectors run towrads ecu in glove box, also there's one that goes behind gauge cluster.,.
remove left most screw from abs ecu so you can get harness out from below. pull airducts out of the way.
also the black box, see my ebay item # 7947353953
or this pic ...
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