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Old 02-21-2005, 01:05 AM   #1
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Its me again gang got more questions for yall.

i was shopping around on intense'* website, and found the Jacobs plug wire set.
Any one ever use it or know anything about it??

Would the set napa sells be better bang for the buck or should i spend the extra bones and get the jacobs??

About the whole pcm thing "I'm as confused as a baby racoon" * do I need to get a whole new one from intense or can i get mine flashed?? and either way what will I have to do to make my computer recognize it??

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The napa wires are well priced and come with a life time warrenty, the jacobs come in various colors for vanity though.

You can flash your pcm no problem, only down side is you cant use car while your pcm is in transit, but you do save the core charge.

Easy to install and Intense provides clear instructions for the security learn procedure (this takes the most time). Also you will need to get a 'case' learn procedure done, this has to be done with a Tech 2 programmer and usually requires a visit to the dealer, some have gotten it done for free (only takes 5 mins) while others have paid $50 for it.
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Not to mention that many people have had some difficulties with the jacobs wires.
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Hey gang,

Thanx for the info. How will ordering the pcm go?? If I decide to buy the standard pcm will I have to pay the 100 bones core charge plus the 100 bones price for the pcm??
If I have to pay both will I get the core charge back?? Look over me guys, I know I sound stupid but I just new to this online ordering thing!!

Thanx for the info on the jacobs wiring dont think I'll sacrifice a little color for the sake of a quality product.
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