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  1. Yet to have a go at this yet. But tapping into a empty fuse posistion in the fuse box seems the best way that ive seen. Andrew
  2. Hi Before i embark on taking the car to bits anyone give me a heads up on where i can find a switched 12v source to tap into behind the dash/centre console. (e.g which colour wire!). Sure i can find it once apart but just looking to save some time if people have done this before. Andrew
  3. Hi has anyone got this info. Im taking the mufflers of next weekend and id would have gone for bolts 24 and 25 if not told otherwise A
  4. This is something i will do next weekend. It sounds a little scary but I have to get better reception than i get currently. at the moment I stand next to the car and put the key against my head to get the car to open.
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