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      04-05-2008, 11:22 AM   #1
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Help With Procede v2 Install in SFL

Anyone who wants to help me reinstall my procede v2 today will be greatly appreciated. I can compensate with some cash if you can come over and help me reinstall . I have just had too much of a hard time trying to install it myself about 3 times and could never get it right. Anyone interested?
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it help if you label each wire before you uninstall. (i.e. LGS pin 27)

just thought that might help for future reference.
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it help if you label each wire before you uninstall. (i.e. LGS pin 27)

just thought that might help for future reference.


I finally grew the balls to do it myself and started the car and it threw codes and I was about to cry and go back to stock when I noticed I forgot to plug the bypass plugs in when I was testing the wiring . All is running smooth now on v2 settings !
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