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Old 06-03-2006, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default Climate control from SSE into SLE?

I've got a 1994 SLE I recently picked up with 160,000kms on it, with a few exterior paint nicks and chemical spotting, but mint everything else, guy sold it to me for $2000 canadian, way underpriced, I bought it before I even saw it. But what I do want is an HUD, dash and climate control from an SSE or SSEi, however, there arn't many junkyards with bonnevilles here. So far, I know that the dash convert would be pretty tough and so is the HUD cause I don't want to exchange windshields. I was wondering how converting a 3 **** fan/heater/ac style unit to an SSEi digital climate control would be like. anybody do it yet?
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Well, to be honest, if you are going to do it, you need to do it all at once. You'll need to change all the vents under the dash as the doors have actuators that might not be there on the manual control cars. With the HUD windshield, you can use the regular one, but you might have a little bit of a ghosting effect as the light will refract off both planes of the windshield rather than just one as the HUD windshield is designed.

You would need the dash from a 94+ with HUD (92-93 has a pull handle for the parking brake release), the HUD, the trim piece, the wiring harness, the programmer and head for the ECC, and that should be it. With that it should be fairly easy, just very time consuming and you'll have to watch the wires closely.
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