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Old 05-23-2004, 11:36 PM   #11
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.......... waiting for the pix and tech info article.......
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Old 05-24-2004, 12:14 AM   #12
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The SE'* have a low fuel light, don't they? I bet you would have to wire it to the inside of the cluster.
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Nope, no low fuel light, but there is a chime. So I may be able to get that to work, And I didn't put the "Check Gages" in because I wasn't sure of voltage differences at the time. I basically took a quick look at the diagrams and jumped right in, You guys will be able to plan when I get the techinfo done.

Btw, I can't remember all the questions I had about it before I started, So can we go Q&A in here so I can answer them and compile it.
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I hereby annoint you with the title

HUD RETROFIT GURU!!
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Old 05-24-2004, 12:36 AM   #15
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sweet, were the wires color coded to make it easy, or did you have to guess?
If you use HUD connectors from your year, It'* all color-coded. I used the 94'* wiring, I had to look it up by cell number.
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where did you get the wiring diagram you used?
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The Factory Service Manuals, But I'll make my own version so it isn't copyrighted. The wire colors change, but the wires don't do different things, At least between 93 and 94.
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The Factory Service Manuals, But I'll make my own version so it isn't copyrighted. The wire colors change, but the wires don't do different things, At least between 93 and 94.

hmmmm i have a 95 serive manual..... i could SO put a hud in
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yah well i know how to change my oil!!! LOL
I kno alot more than that to, but all the wiring would KILL ME!
Amazing my friend, lets see pictures!
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Ok "Check Gages" can be pulled from B11 Of the I/P connector.

The fuel goes to the "DIC Low Fuel Input" where is that?
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