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Old 12-07-2005, 01:09 AM   #1
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Would that plug and play to my current harness? Or would I need an SSEi harness?

I know that I would need new dash pieces too
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You can make it work, but it will not plug right in. Unfortunalely, I think the 93 harness might be different cause I have the 93 Dash harness, and HUD accessories. I know the radio connector is different at minimum.
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You can make it work, but it will not plug right in. Unfortunalely, I think the 93 harness might be different cause I have the 93 Dash harness, and HUD accessories. I know the radio connector is different at minimum.
Damn, I didnt think so, wouldnt it be a cool upgrade though?
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Damemorder did the swap into his 93 SE, along with 1-2 other members.... you basically need to take the car down to the firewall to splice in all the wires
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Garb...there isn't time at NEBF to do that plus the seats. Although the seats and console need to come out to rip the dash out. Bet Randy and I could have it pulled in record time.

Just keep Pokey Pat outta the car. I still don't know why 2 hours later he only had the seats out.

j/k Pat..I'd move slower if my car was that nice.
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You'd also need the dash bezel with the cutout for the control pod.
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Garb...there isn't time at NEBF to do that plus the seats. Although the seats and console need to come out to rip the dash out. Bet Randy and I could have it pulled in record time.

Just keep Pokey Pat outta the car. I still don't know why 2 hours later he only had the seats out.

j/k Pat..I'd move slower if my car was that nice.
Pat'* just slow. Whats more amazing was 2 days later and he only had the peal and seal down... although his "warp speed" did give us the opportunity for AL 6.5 pictures.
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Garb...there isn't time at NEBF to do that plus the seats. Although the seats and console need to come out to rip the dash out. Bet Randy and I could have it pulled in record time.

Just keep Pokey Pat outta the car. I still don't know why 2 hours later he only had the seats out.

j/k Pat..I'd move slower if my car was that nice.
Pat'* just slow. Whats more amazing was 2 days later and he only had the peal and seal down... although his "warp speed" did give us the opportunity for AL 6.5 pictures.
He had to get a harness in there and needed the right connectors. Had I not been teaching Intro to an Engine 101 I would have been helping him and maybe he would have been done in 1 day.
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yes... one day it would have been done...remember it took the better part of a night and morning to do the 2 complete layers peel and seal ( and it was cold so i had to heat up each individual piece before i layed it down). i cleaned my carpet while it was out....also i didnt have the right Drivers seat control module, and had to go the the Junkyard....then seeing that that woundnt work...we took a trip to Randy'* house to look for a connector....then to the towing yard to finally get the connector out of a Tahoe.....It was 9:30 before we got back to even begin to figure out the wiring....


there was alot of work that got done that didnt get noticed
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yes... one day it would have been done...remember it took the better part of a night and morning to do the 2 complete layers peel and seal ( and it was cold so i had to heat up each individual piece before i layed it down). i cleaned my carpet while it was out....also i didnt have the right Drivers seat control module, and had to go the the Junkyard....then seeing that that woundnt work...we took a trip to Randy'* house to look for a connector....then to the towing yard to finally get the connector out of a Tahoe.....It was 9:30 before we got back to even begin to figure out the wiring....


there was alot of work that got done that didnt get noticed

LOL. I was pulling your leg Pat. You did such a kickass job with what you did, from soup to nuts. (After you yanked your interior, you even cleaned the metal if I recall.
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