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Old 11-23-2009, 05:22 AM   #11
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Oh I forgot to mention when I installed the floor harness I checked the runs and yeah the original harness of Wagon 2 did NOT have the runs for the power options as the original driver door had only 1 door jam connector, Wagon 1's fully powered door has 2 jam connectors (The second contains the runs for the power window switch's)

I checked the FOB from Wagon 1 and with a sign of relief the power locks locked and unlocked... I can't test the trunk pop feature cuz I need a hatch to test it with ( its not being installed until I can sort out the dismal condition of the Hatch harness)

I took a closer look at the computer codes and to my shock one is LD08 the other is LD09 (im not 100% on the letters but I do know the computers match except for the last number which is only 1 off
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Old 11-23-2009, 05:56 PM   #12
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Weeeee Daily Update:


Got around to finally rewiring the passenger front door...

got the manual window crank/door latch/wiring out and installed all the power stuff.. :) weee everything works

finally nice to be able to sit in the car and not have my ass stick to the floorboards


all the random parts either going in or just pulled out of the car ( thats one of 3 piles )


some of the parts that will eventually find its way into the Buy/Sell forum


ROTFL neighbours thought I went mad and tore out the good interior XD.. yes i butchered the seats for all the reusable parts including the side airbags, latch's, rails, headrests yaddy yaddy
and before anyone comments the interior looked fine but smells awful... (I can still smell it sitting at the side of my house and that was steam cleaned 3 times all with progressively stronger solutions, next one up can pull up the dye from the seats (puke)


hehehe my mess
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Old 11-23-2009, 06:35 PM   #13
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heheh messin around with my OBDII reader I wanted to see if there was any codes and there was P1237 ( as mentioned before I have the wiring redone up to the Fuel pump control module I havn't installed the wiring under the car ( don;t have enough space right now) and whats MORE odd the car hasn;t run for about a week and it STILL has fuel pressure (about 20psi)

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Open or shorted FP PWR circuit.
Open FP RTN circuit to FPDM.
Open or shorted circuit in the fuel pump.
Locked fuel pump rotor.
Damaged FPDM.

Possible Solution
The FPDM sends a 75% duty cycle (750 ms ON, 250 ms OFF) through the FPM circuit to the PCM while the fault is being detected by the FPDM. If the fault is no longer detected, the PCM returns to sending an all OK (50% duty cycle) message to the PCM.

The FPDM controls pump speed by supplying a variable ground on the RTN circuit.
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Old 11-24-2009, 05:40 PM   #14
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Got some more stuff done today ( Slowly but surely )

Anyways I now smell like a cleaning chemical factory but its WELL worth it

Got the Dash down off the windshield and got around to cleaning it ( wow that was nasty some how they got pop in orifices I never thought was even possible like the underside of the top of the dash and all over the vent tubes O.o) enyways there all cleaned and lookin/smellin good :D


Got the dash remounted and while usin gloves slowly put it together to keep the crud off of it :D


lol my cars sadly gunna get blacklisted (By the Ministry of Transportation) for this but I frankly don't give a crap.. I prefer MPH as prominent so I did a KPH/MPH cluster swap and had the mileage reset to Wagon 1's mileage as what the odometer read after the crash :) so my car has 85,157 miles (woot)
P.S. Yes I know my Gas gauge is screwed and showing empty LOL i've YET to connect the new harness to the Fuelpump/Sender/Evap Unit under the rear of the wagon hehehehe)


Heres the Final pics of the day I got the dash fully reassembled (aside to the explosives (Airbags)) I don't want to install them in case the Airbag control module is damaged and redeploys them AGAIN




Hopefully tomorrow the weather will play nice and the rain stays away so I can start unloading the interior from the trailer and clean it :)

on another note tho I'm a boob I forgot to bring the passenger door panel from storage so that doors staying uncovered till i can get it
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Old 11-24-2009, 06:30 PM   #15
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Why not swap in a 5spd while your at it?
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Old 11-24-2009, 06:37 PM   #16
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Why not swap in a 5spd while your at it?
I wish I could but I can't I'm not the only one going to be driving it... we fight for spots on the driveway and me working nights will end me up on the bottom half of the driveway which the others who work during the day have NO clue how to drive standard, they also know never to wake a sleeping wolf (also how I got my Nickname) last time they tried I rifled a tv remote at them and it broke through the drywall... yeah one thing everyone learned unless its an emergency (house burning, cars getting broken into, yaddy yaddy) its not worth risking there lives trying to wake me...

theres 2 people in this house out of 4 that have driven standard, 1 hasn't driven standard in about 30 years and the other 2 NEVER have.. :) My next wagon will probably have a 5speed if I can locate a replacement bellhousing as it split off the engine during an accident ..
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Old 11-24-2009, 10:09 PM   #17
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Heres the Rims and Tires I bought from Klodcrawlers car when he had his wreck :) I love these tires


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Old 11-24-2009, 10:41 PM   #18
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Looking good so far. Take care of those foggy headlights. Ahhhhh!
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Old 11-24-2009, 11:00 PM   #19
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LOL all 3 and a half sets of headlights are going to be professionally redone ( as both sets of foglights aswell ) once there done the Grey surround lights are goin on the project focus one set back onto my blue wagon the third set will be sold and the single driver sold aswell... :( the passenger side listerally split in 2 on impact I grabbed the plastic and lifted slightly to see if the plastic will go back into place to prevent someone getting cut and the whole lens and partial casing came off
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Old 11-24-2009, 11:40 PM   #20
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heres some of the Parts I bought originally for the car :D
-New Updated Style Shifter
-Headlight switch with Foglight option
-Unscratched HVAC Bezel
-Brand new Power mirror covers with new switch
-FocusSport SRI Intake
-Euro Lower Grille
-Foglights With Xenon bulbs
-Grey 03 Headlights (Hate the chrome ones)
-Stock clean floormats



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