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About por356c

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  • Birthday 02/21/1952

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    Rochester Hills, Michigan
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  • Present cars
    2002 Boxster 2.7L
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    Various 356s
  1. Hi Tool Pants - I found this picture in a post of yours from many years ago. So, if you're still out there, I hope that you don't mind a question! I have not begun to remove my steering wheel or gauge cluster. I have bought a used 4 stalk unit to replace my two stalk unit that came on my 02 base. I am about to start on this OBC mod and in this picture I see the harness that you built with the yellow wires and I know that those wires ultimately plug into the infamous white plug shown in many pictures that resides behind the cluster. My question regards the 2nd plug shown in your picture that comes out from behind the 4 stalk assembly. Where does that plug into - will it be obvious to me once I pull the gauge cluster out - do I have to unplug that from something to enable me to remove the cluster?  
     
    If you don't mind, can you please respond to my email address as follows: dmpreston356@gmail.com
     
    Thanks for your time and help. 
    David Preston
    Michigan

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