2000 STS, W/Nav
I have been working on this for the past few weeks Its not the best but I'm happy with it. Sorry about the picture quality.
shouldn't. very gently use a non-sharp, plastic tool to lift a corner... then slooowly and gently pull. If it is sticky, use goo-gone then wipe with a moist mild-soapy cloth. Will look like a million bux.I would like to remove the wood stickers but wont that leave a mess when i take them off?
woah, sorry to hear it about the wood, my bad. :hide: Heating it up with a blowdryer perhaps to loosen the glue. I'm not that patient either, so probably would've destroyed it too.Yup just tried removing the wood destroyed the wood and the info thing oh well im getting one on eBay and probably a new air control too, that will be easier to buy than to take off the stupid wood that's been baking on there for 12 years now. So as a heads up I wouldn't recommend taking the wood off unless you have a lot of time and patients on your hands.
what wire can i tap into i dont have the serice manualyou have a red (constant battery), and yellow (accessory) power. The red should def be hooked up, or you will lose the memory settings. Was this too simple an answer? You can tap into another wire for this, no need to go directly all the way to the fusebox. do you have a factory service manual? what's your install like?
PM me your VIN. I'll look it up and let you know. Do you have the original harness in the car? or has it been repinned?what wire can i tap into i dont have the serice manual
Got it. Well the orange wire located at F1 pin (32 pin plug at the radio), is the constant 12V fused output to battery. If you look closely you will see the each pin has a tiny letter and number (on the plug).pm sent