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Old 05-08-2005, 02:02 PM   #1
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I say this because it took a lot of time and effort to remove the harness. I can only imagine how much of a pain it is to install it. This is from the donor car. I wanted to make sure I had every module in case I need it for the transplant and their connectors.

A big thanks to BillBost for the help! I would give you a big star but since there is none, you get the Disco Monkey
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It'* still alive. The section that runs through the boot into the RF door is still twitching in your pic.

Good work, guys. Getting that out intact must have been quite a chore.
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That just doesnt look fun.
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WHERE DOES IT START AND END!!!!
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And to think I want to do the swap one day. Thats a hell of a feat you just accomplished!
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It boggles the mind to even look at that thing.
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I'll forgo the star and monkey for some more wrench time, a couple of beers and to see the finished car.

That looked bigger coming outta the car. To answer where it starts and stops...it mainly resides along the bottom of the windshield, stretches out to include the headlights on each side, also has the doors etc. Took almost no time since Randy was moments away from pulling the dash when I got there.
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It'* still alive. The section that runs through the boot into the RF door is still twitching in your pic.

Good work, guys. Getting that out intact must have been quite a chore.
That reminded me of the Knight Rider episode "KITT vs. KARR" where for the last scene after KITT "destroyed" KARR, his CPU or whatever was still blinking.
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It'* still alive. The section that runs through the boot into the RF door is still twitching in your pic.

Good work, guys. Getting that out intact must have been quite a chore.
That reminded me of the Knight Rider episode "KITT vs. KARR" where for the last scene after KITT "destroyed" KARR, his CPU or whatever was still blinking.
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Nice. I love double posting especially when there'* no delete button.
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