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Old 11-25-2005, 04:45 PM   #1
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picked up some more parts at the junkyard today. Got some interesting things.



Anyone see anything fun and interesting?



Only one SSE, bumper cracked, trunk locked shut, base SSE (no TC, leather, roof, but did have bose)
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the Pontiac credit card, holder and accessories.....

what did the lumbar/heated module come out of?
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find a tailight? :(
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they had de-lamed tail lights, but I had no way of getting into the trunk to remove them. and there was only one there. Perfect set of SE tails there though.

Anyone got a 92 Caddy manual that I can get some wiring diagrams from?

Edit: The credit card holder is actually the plastic credit card key, but uncut. The radio looking thing is the remote control unit for the radio, the seat control is out of a 92 STS, as well as the leather sections on the chair.
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Looks great Geoff.. please send the wiring once you get it. Since I know have to go back and get heated seats.
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I see that ac vent I need, but I already owe Bill for some clips.
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