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Old 11-30-2005, 09:39 PM   #1
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I have a 92 ssei, I recently put a remote starter on the car. I cant seem to figure out how to keep it on defrost. If I leve the defrost on when I shut the car off once I start it again with the remote it reset itself to the floor position. Is there anything I can do to keep it on defrost. Thanks for the help.
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the car defaults the air to the floor untill the car is warmed up
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That 92-94 system is a fun one. You can't control where it goes for the most part.

You might want to consider switching up to a 95+
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Will it be a plug and play if I switch up to a 95 ECC. I had a feeling, will the 95 ECC work in my car. Thanks
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you will need the ECC module and the ECC head
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Yes, as 1993 says, it is possible. the head or part with the buttons that you press to control the system and the programmer or part behind the dash is needed to make the swap. Randman has made this change in his 93 SSEi and enjoyed the ability to control air flow.
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Is the module mounted directly to the back of the head[/img]
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no, this module is to the right of the head behind the glove box. I was unable to remove it without removing the dash in my 93 as there was a 7mm screw I couldn't get to. I have my 93 one here I'll grab a picture of it so you can see what it looks like.
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yea can i put one of those in my 93 sle? i dont have one and will it work in my car?
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Do you have Twilight Sentinal in the car currently? If so, then you should be able to. If not, you'll need a non, which I have as well.
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