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  1. The wire you want is the one farther towards the center of the console, i.e., not the one nearer towards the edge. tmc Beautiful, beautiful post! Just finished the install on an '06 CTTS and it was as easy as pie. Thanks for the efforts behind the post! I LOVE RENNTECH.ORG!
  2. Ladies and gentlemen - In the event that you purchase Durametric Diagnostic Tool software, requiring Windows XP as the OS, and plan to access that software on an Apple Intel machine running Windows XP, you may encounter a problem getting the Durametric Driver to load properly. I had this experience and in my case it was caused by a simple item. Durametric Diagnostic Tool software WILL work correctly on an Apple Intel machine running Windows if the "USB Autoconnect" option is set to ON. The "USB Autoconnect" option is located within the "Guest OS" software that you are using to running Windows on the Apple Intel machine. Hunt it down, turn it on, and BINGO... your "New Hardware Wizard" will open as shown in the Durametric literature and the software driver will load correctly once you plug in the Durametric Diagnostic Tool cable into the USB port on your Apple Intel machine. Best of luck getting the DIY job done! JD
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