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Old 05-23-2008, 10:34 AM
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A couple interior mods

I recently made a trip to the DY and found some electronics to integrate into my interior.


Mod #1 is pretty simple. I snagged another sunroof button and mounted it in my console coin tray.
I also still have the factory switch on the panel.




The 2 others were a little more entailed installs.


Mod #2 is a homelink2 module. It's the rolling code version.


Mod #3 is a digital compass with outside thermometer. Definately a tough modification but well worth the results.



To give you an idea of where the display and electronics came from here's a pic of it in it's factory install.
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Looking good mate. I would imagine it being a lot of work for the outside temperature readount?
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well done...looks great
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Old 05-25-2008, 10:34 AM
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Looking good mate. I would imagine it being a lot of work for the outside temperature readount?
The hardest part was seperating the display from the board and mounting it where I did. The temp senosr is mounted in front of the radiator and gets an accurate reading. The only thing I haven't hooked up yet is the dimmer and speed sensor wire. I need to find and ECU pinout diagram to figure out which wire is the speed sensor.
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It's from a 2nd gen ford explorer Nice ideas man. hay you ever thought of putting in a information screen.
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