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Old 09-05-2007, 11:20 AM   #11
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actually, 92-95 and 96-99 had different HUDs...
Wiring is the same other than the adjuster. 92-95 is mechanical adjust, 96-99 is electrical.
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Old 09-05-2007, 11:27 AM   #12
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Right on the momey Bill.. there is only one other difference and that'* minimal. it'* the english/metric ground wire being included further down stream. Has no real reference in the big scheme for this project.
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So you guys know, Ed didn't send me the FSM pic, which would violate copyright laws...

Anyway, thanks for the info guys. I suppose the later, electric height control would be best since I don't know where I'll be mounting the controls. I've got my FSM, so it should be easy. I'll have to figure out how/where to mount the unit in my dash
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Sorry to open such an old thread .....but so far this is the only thing ive been looking for... i have a 92 bonne SE and wanted to do the HUD transfer...please informe me, send me the PM of the FSM and anything that will help PLEASE!
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The swap should be outlined in a post by Bandit back a year or so ago.

You need the dashboard (for the opening and trim panel), an fsm for the wiring schematics and say a day or so.

Overall it'* pretty easy and you tap in 8 wires to the dash harness.
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