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Old 10-19-2006, 09:31 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried to add this option on their car? I have a '98 SSEi with all the options except this one. I know the "control module" is underneath the driver'* seat, under the carpet I got one from the junk yard and I figured I might have the wiring harness somewhere underneath the carpet but I couldn't find it. Does anyone know if the wiring for this option is tucked underneath somewhere like the center console even if my car didn't come with this option.
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it'* more than just the module, it'* also the struts. The wires may all be there, but without the struts, it'* a no go. you could get the struts from a donor Bonne, I did this with mine when a rear strut would no longer hold air. I just replaced all the struts from a 98 SSEi that had working CCR and ELC.
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it'* more than just the module, it'* also the struts. The wires may all be there, but without the struts, it'* a no go. you could get the struts from a donor Bonne, I did this with mine when a rear strut would no longer hold air. I just replaced all the struts from a 98 SSEi that had working CCR and ELC.
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The struts are no longer available from the dealer. So,if ya want them,it'* JY time. Then there is no quarantee they'll work

This should have been in the 1992-1999 section
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This should have been in the 1992-1999 section

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I should add, I had working CCR before. That'* why I found the donor Bonne. I needed to replace the leaking strut, but also wanted to keep CCR. An educated guess would say all the wiring is there.
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Thanks for your replies. I'm gonna have to make a trip back to the junk yard. On top it this says I'm in the 1992-1999 section. I'm new to this, actualy this is my first time here. How do I post a picture here?
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Gumball moved it to the right section. You need to put your pics on a website and link to it. Photobucket.com is a popular one.
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Thanks for your replies. I'm gonna have to make a trip back to the junk yard. On top it this says I'm in the 1992-1999 section. I'm new to this, actualy this is my first time here. How do I post a picture here?
sign up for a free account at www.photobucket.com. Once thats done, upload your pics to photobucket and then copy the [img] [/img] link and paste it in your post.
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Let'* see if this works. (1998 SSEi)

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Why are they so big?
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