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Old 01-28-2005, 10:12 PM   #1
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1994 SL2
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My car is an automatic '94 sl2 without cruise control. The donor car is either a '93 or '94 automatic with cruise control. The parts that I pulled are
1. CC module with three rubber grommets and nuts.
2. CC switch with two screws.
3. Brake switch with one nut.
4. Plastic cover that sits behind the steering wheel.
5. Steering wheel, not needed but it is in better shape than mine plus I've wrapped it in black leather. That was fun.
Now my question is do I need the sir coil from the donor car? Thank you for the answers.


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