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  1. I still want my dash button that silences the PSE to work. All I want to do is stop the PSE cutting out from 35-45mph. Will this do the trick or will this disable my dash button as well?
  2. Great writeup. Here is a way to make it even easier and it may help prevent the engine whine some people get. (I didn't get it.) Go to radioshack and get a $7 part. It has two wires (hot and ground) on one end and a female connector that looks like a cigarette lighter plug-in to insert the belkin plug into. That way you don't need to solder anything. It is plug and play. All you need to do is connect the red wire on the radioshack unit to the green/black wire on the cellphone adapter in your car and then connect the black and brown wires.
  3. I need to do the opposite. I removed a wing and am reinstalling my OEM movable wing. It is pretty straightforward except that the prior owner cut the original wiring harness before he figured out there was a different harness he needed. There are 5 wires that clearly hook into the mechanism/pump that raises the spoiler at speed. All of the cut wires match up. BUT there are two wires that light up the 3rd brake light on the spoiler itself. I can't find two wires on the harness matching those wires. AND there are two large wires on the harness that didn't appear to have been cut that don't seem to plug into the spoiler (unless they plugged into the mechanism that raises the spoiler at speed. I can't see that anymore because the spoiler mechanism is put together and I don't want to take it apart if I don't have to). HELP! Thanks!
  4. Have a look at this thread Spoiler light always on could I get a copy of the instructions (dwoods@shb.com)? I am trying to remove a wing and install the original spoiler. Thanks!
  5. I have the opposite problem. I need to remove a fixed wing installed by a prior owner and return to the OEM spoiler. Does anyone have detailed instructions? I think detailed instructions of how to remove it to install a fixed wing would work.
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