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Old 03-15-2016, 11:07 AM   #11
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I have no idea. If you happen to have a wiring diagram for your truck I can cross reference it with this.
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Old 03-15-2016, 02:07 PM   #12
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Bama, don't you do this stuff for a living?.....and you have typo's?
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I'm not a court stenographer lol
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Well this bama bashing was like 8 months in the making, so be proud that your Alabamaian ways didn't come to the surface earlier. Boy I wish I would have caught it first then.

Nick Satan sucks by the way.

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Old 05-02-2016, 12:30 AM   #17
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I have 3 different navs and have redone a whole loom on one of them, just finished with the dash in fact. I live in NSW, hit me up if you have any questions.
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Old 11-23-2017, 03:55 PM   #18
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Like hard-one, I am working with a '93 and a '94 truck. I am moving the entire interior from the 94 to the 93. I have both trucks, though the '94 has been hit in the front and totaled. I managed to grab the power steering from it and transplant it (intact) into the '93. I also transplanted the emergency brake and the steering column so the truck will look like it came that way from the factory. I did have to use the '93 light switch on the steering column because the plug in the '93 was different and would not plug in, but i need to look at it again because i think i can cut the plug off the 94 and use it to complete the transformation cosmetically. Today will be day 3 of the swap, if I can get motivated to get out there because it is Thanksgiving. The thing that keeps nagging at the back of my mind is, can I just disconnect the interior wiring harness from the 94 and use it in the 93, if I take the computer too?That way I could avoid having to do all of the wiring. I am not sure where/how the fuse block connects, but would that need to be changed too? I am being naive to think that would work? Has anyone tried swapping the harness?
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I had a friend who swapped everything from a 96 into an 88. But I mean absolutely everything that had a wire going to it. There are a lot of subtle little differences that you may run into trying to swap the harness.
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Old 11-23-2017, 04:29 PM   #20
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Thanks for the reply, but that is seems way more involved than I have time for. I guess I will just bite the bullet and use your wiring guide at the beginning of this thread, I am not turning back now, that old dash was nasty and dated. Any tips on the tachometer, the 93 did not have one, but the 94 cluster does. I believe I know what I need to do to get the electronic speedometer working, but I am a little uncertain regarding the tachometer, but there were a couple of unused plugs tape up onto/into the harness that I am hoping are what I need for that.
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