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My underhood dressup journey

This is a discussion on My underhood dressup journey within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by ntimid8r7 They are standard on later SS and WS6. Usefulness???...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntimid8r7 View Post
    They are standard on later SS and WS6.
    Usefulness???

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    looks great man

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    Usefulness???
    Who knows, its a p/s cooler but whether or not it works is the question. Most folks say they work good at leaking but I have had no probs.

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    wow, hit that with some simple green before you put it all back together and watch it shine....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntimid8r7 View Post
    Who knows, its a p/s cooler but whether or not it works is the question. Most folks say they work good at leaking but I have had no probs.
    Yeah I dont have a ws6 or the power steering cooler.. This explains everything!

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    Traction control relocation

    I spent a couple minutes doing this today, relocation of the TCS module. NOW... having said this I personally do not want TCS and never have it on so I just unplugged and moved it (still have cruise... unrelated) If you personally want to still have TCS and want to move it you can extend a couple of wires for the plug and still be ok.

    All you have to do is just stick it in the incredibly small space behind the pcm and viola, no more unsightly TCS and it stays pretty firm behind the PCM.

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    never thought of doing that.... creative...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky 13 View Post
    I spent a couple minutes doing this today, relocation of the TCS module. NOW... having said this I personally do not want TCS and never have it on so I just unplugged and moved it (still have cruise... unrelated) If you personally want to still have TCS and want to move it you can extend a couple of wires for the plug and still be ok.

    All you have to do is just stick it in the incredibly small space behind the pcm and viola, no more unsightly TCS and it stays pretty firm behind the PCM.

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    HOLY SHIT! i need to do this!!! did you mount it there? how do the wires stay "taunt" ? what has to be extended to keep TCS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    HOLY SHIT! i need to do this!!! did you mount it there? how do the wires stay "taunt" ? what has to be extended to keep TCS?

    I think just wires to plug it in, there is only the one plug so it should be pretty easy, but no its not mounted there, its more or less just crammed to where it wont move. The cables will be ok b/c they are solid and will still react the same way as they did before, just make sure they are not kinked or anything like that and you should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky 13 View Post
    I think just wires to plug it in, there is only the one plug so it should be pretty easy, but no its not mounted there, its more or less just crammed to where it wont move. The cables will be ok b/c they are solid and will still react the same way as they did before, just make sure they are not kinked or anything like that and you should be good.
    i'm literally wet as i anticipate this mod. When you said extend wires, i thought the cables and was like "ya, eF that" but i looked and saw the electrical coupling and was like "i can just run that under the fender with the rest of the wires!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    i'm literally wet as i anticipate this mod. When you said extend wires, i thought the cables and was like "ya, eF that" but i looked and saw the electrical coupling and was like "i can just run that under the fender with the rest of the wires!"
    yeah extending cables would be a bitch however this is easy breezy

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    !Wire Mod

    I made some more progress today, did the wire mod (most of it) Pretty simple to do! Still need to secure and tape up the wires, but we all know how to do that.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky 13 View Post
    I made some more progress today, did the wire mod (most of it) Pretty simple to do! Still need to secure and tape up the wires, but we all know how to do that.


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    mine were honestly so taunt that once i put the fender shrowd back in, i felt fine with the outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky 13 View Post
    I think just wires to plug it in, there is only the one plug so it should be pretty easy, but no its not mounted there, its more or less just crammed to where it wont move. The cables will be ok b/c they are solid and will still react the same way as they did before, just make sure they are not kinked or anything like that and you should be good.
    Hey... do you want to sell the black cover for the TCS? Mine is broken and I've had a hell of a time looking for a new or used one

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    Quote Originally Posted by KahanaReef View Post
    Hey... do you want to sell the black cover for the TCS? Mine is broken and I've had a hell of a time looking for a new or used one
    mom noone wants to see under your hood anyways....

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    Quote Originally Posted by suede View Post
    mom noone wants to see under your hood anyways....
    Bet me!

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    i said hood not shirt....

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    Quote Originally Posted by suede View Post
    i said hood not shirt....

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    if it was anywhere else but here i woulda said or your shirt but i know there's some ppl in here that would prove me wrong...

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