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Old 12-16-2004, 03:52 AM   #21
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k, so the shift buttons are plug and play, right? what about the ride buttons? if i get the pod with the buttons in it. i have the shift and t/c already, and it'* a 94 ssei. (sorry, not tryin to jack your post, just expanding) thanks.
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nope the ride buttons are not plug and play, BE glad you done have the CCR as it is only a headache. If the CCR goes bad you cannot fix it. You can get replacement struts but it only keeps your ELC and not your CCR
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