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Old 07-18-2005, 07:19 PM   #1
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anyone who has done the 92-93 to 94+ headunit swap have a picture of the wiring harness when they were done with it? I am looking at doing this for my 93.
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Haven't done it 92-93 to 94. But have done 95-97. Most likely they moved the power wire to the amp and the resistor wire for the steering controls.
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The 94+ headunit will not require any wiring changes. Are you talking about the climate control dimming function?
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I am talking about this Tech Info

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=58

I need to require it for the steering wheel controls and the dimming.
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Yes you do. Are you going to piece together a connector to make the transition or are you going to hack up your current connector?
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I stand corrected.

I have the 97 dash in my basement. Want the harnesses??? I'm sure you have something I need.

I have also been meaning to do some testing on exactly what kind of output the radio supplies to the climate control for dimming. Maybe I can get to that today.
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I stand corrected.

I have the 97 dash in my basement. Want the harnesses??? I'm sure you have something I need.

I have also been meaning to do some testing on exactly what kind of output the radio supplies to the climate control for dimming. Maybe I can get to that today.
It probably loops through.
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Yeah... I am looking at making a connector. I hacked out a female end from the back of a radio, and have a wiring harness from a 95, but i think I am missing some wires. I will have a picture of the harness tonight so someone can tell me if I am or not. Also, I might grab something to do the climate control connector.
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