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Old 11-04-2007, 02:14 PM   #1
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Is it possible to do? To convert a 96-97 car to a 94-95 configurations. I saw a boomslang harness that says 96-97 to 94-95 LINK. http://www.boomslang.us/custom.htm

ALso if this is possible, would this configuration work fine with a PnP MS94-95?
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since it's a standalone and only need so many input/outputs, the just wire it correctly so the LINK get exactly the signal it needs in the right spots.

I'd assume this would work for a 94-95 MSPNP without issue.
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I might just wait for the 96-97Pnp this would save me some cash anyways.
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