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2014-06-05 00:27:32
#3261
Write up?


Originally Posted by Storm88000
btw if anyone wants to know, that climate control setup I customized to work with the car, its from a 2001 Altima and is a huge improvement if you do the work
2014-06-05 01:18:31
#3262
Originally Posted by det-ser92
Write up?


Originally Posted by Storm88000
btw if anyone wants to know, that climate control setup I customized to work with the car, its from a 2001 Altima and is a huge improvement if you do the work


I will get around to one soon. But as for now I can tell you that the intensity setting harness and the A/C harness are both exactly the same and plug right in. You have to attach one of those little metal wires to the cold/hot setting like the stock B13 one, the hard part is wiring the buttons you need a bunch of the Altima electric parts
2014-06-05 14:07:18
#3263
Originally Posted by Storm88000
Originally Posted by det-ser92
Write up?


Originally Posted by Storm88000
btw if anyone wants to know, that climate control setup I customized to work with the car, its from a 2001 Altima and is a huge improvement if you do the work


I will get around to one soon. But as for now I can tell you that the intensity setting harness and the A/C harness are both exactly the same and plug right in. You have to attach one of those little metal wires to the cold/hot setting like the stock B13 one, the hard part is wiring the buttons you need a bunch of the Altima electric parts


like door actuators? are they simple circuits like power and ground? or is there a more complicated module involved? I would love to do this, I love my HVAC controls, but those levers are getting fragile.
2014-06-05 18:05:41
#3264
Originally Posted by det-ser92
Originally Posted by Storm88000
Originally Posted by det-ser92
Write up?


Originally Posted by Storm88000
btw if anyone wants to know, that climate control setup I customized to work with the car, its from a 2001 Altima and is a huge improvement if you do the work


I will get around to one soon. But as for now I can tell you that the intensity setting harness and the A/C harness are both exactly the same and plug right in. You have to attach one of those little metal wires to the cold/hot setting like the stock B13 one, the hard part is wiring the buttons you need a bunch of the Altima electric parts


like door actuators? are they simple circuits like power and ground? or is there a more complicated module involved? I would love to do this, I love my HVAC controls, but those levers are getting fragile.


Yep. I originally did it b/c my vent to fresh air broke and it didn't work on setting 4 in my OEM B13 one.

The P10 G20 unit works easier than this one, but it doesn't look quite as nice (I have one sitting around BTW if you want it cheap) - best advice is go to a U-pull it yard and find a 2000-2001 Altima that has the HVAC still, look at how it's setup and take notes or photos then pull it out and all the wiring that comes with it, and all that stuff. Then when you get home you need to splice up wires and may or may not have to modify some of your stock components.
2014-06-06 03:33:10
#3265
Also thanks to @92_sEnAtRa I finally got a pair of 93-94 SE-R front seats for my 92. Here is them in my office after I cleaned them up a bit (they look crooked b/c the one connection is at a different height than the other in the car):
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I still have my 92 SE-R front seats if anyone is interested in them, would take $80 picked up.

I know everyone raves about the 91-92 SE-R seats and most people think the 93-94's suck, but I love the way they feel, the fabric, and that they are not as plain jane looking. Sure they are no P10 leathers, but they still have much of the side hugging support as the 91-92's just a little less. Oh and they are softer to sit on.
2014-06-06 03:51:52
#3266
today I looked at it sitting in the garage, lots of dust. Maybe a bath this weekend.
2014-06-08 02:22:40
#3267
The boy and I cruised the local, old timey hamburger drive-in for a California burger, crabcake sandwich and shakes. As I was waiting to pull out I glanced in the rearview and noticed a guy who was sitting outside eating ice cream with his fam snap a pic of the rear of my car. The classic plate fascinates some people, and for different reasons. Wonder if he posted it on his FB page with some smarmy comment.
2014-06-08 13:46:45
#3268
Originally Posted by SE-RMonkey
The classic plate fascinates some people, and for different reasons. Wonder if he posted it on his FB page with some smarmy comment.


I see people stop, double-take a look at the car, and then have the group of people they are with look at it also. I am guessing a comment is uttered, oh well. Fun car is fun.
2014-06-08 16:14:52
#3269
Got this crusty thing dropped before i went to work this morning.
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Gonna clean up the subframe and that swaybar and reinstall with my suspension and brakes. (agx-hypercoil combo with ad22's) then when my rear arm's from turbofx show up I can do the same with the rear. Starting to finally get something done with this beauty.
2014-06-08 18:32:44
#3270
Pulled it in the back yard under the shade trees, gave it a complete interior detail and a thorough hand wash and dry. Looks great!
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