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02 996 C2 Coupe 6spd

Can anyone give me the part number, and maybe the diagram pic, of the wiring harness that connects to the button wiring in a Tip steering wheel? I'm guessing its long enough to go into the instrument pod or dash. I got a 3 spoke tip wheel I'm going to put in my 6 speed and I'm gonna want to use the buttons, I'm just not sure for what yet...

Anyway, I'd like to have the wiring through the column to the dash so that when I'm ready I won't have to take off the airbag.



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If you want to use the shift buttons to control something then you need to buy a tip air bag spiral spring unit to replace your manual transmission unit.

When guys get a good ebay deal on a tip steering wheel for their manual transmission car we use the shift buttons to control the trip computer.

The tip unit is on the left and you can see it has an extra connector.

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