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Old 04-17-2010, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default just picked up a half built DIYPNP

so here is the DIYPNP i picked up for 50 bucks....

here are some pics, yall tell me what yall think

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the solder broke on this wire so i gotta figure out where it goes and finish this thing up.

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this is apparently a MSII daughter board, i gotta figure out where the **** this thing goes.

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im going to start doing some research on this and read all i can on how to build this damn thing, so wish me luck and hopefully i wont **** this up
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Old 04-17-2010, 06:34 PM   #2
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I'll give ya $75 for it...
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Looks like quite a challenge there...

The MS2 daughterboard goes in place of the large black IC that's sitting in the U1 position. Be sure to read the "converting from MS1 to MS2" documentation.
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I'll give ya $75 for it...
im on a budget man, so this fit in perfect! if i end up going a diff route ill let you know.....

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Looks like quite a challenge there...

The MS2 daughterboard goes in place of the large black IC that's sitting in the U1 position. Be sure to read the "converting from MS1 to MS2" documentation.
thanks Joe for the heads up! ill be sure to read that.....
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Photos of bare electronic components on **** carpeting freak me out
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haha! none of the components touched the carpet.....i made sure. lol
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Just for the record... This is not a DIYPNP it's a standard MS1/2 v.3.0 with a plug and play harness. Re-check everything that has been done to the board - check the harness if the pinout fit's your car.

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so wish me luck and hopefully i wont **** this up
I know I fucked mines up.

Good luck with the conversion.
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Just for the record... This is not a DIYPNP it's a standard MS1/2 v.3.0 with a plug and play harness. Re-check everything that has been done to the board - check the harness if the pinout fit's your car.

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****, i didnt know that. thanks for the heads up. im assuming that it being a standard MS1/2 v.3.0 it can be converted to do what i need?

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thanks man...

how bad did you **** yours up?
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thanks man...

how bad did you **** yours up?
I wired the power source to my Lc1 to a edge pin connector.
I burned some hard to get to traces. By the time I figured out what happened I was too pissed to continue. I thought about slamming it on the ground.

After I got my new one and cooled off I fixed the traces and I rewired my mistake.
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