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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dont do it they do make a kit and its about 80 bucks u have an amp in trunk near antenna it involves running wires to the trunk i have kit for 98 i am not sure if ur car is same body style if so email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
I don't know if there is a free wiring diagram available, but to turn the engine over you will need to purchase or build a bumper switch. A bumper switch can be easy to build and relatively inexpensive. Get two gator clips and a bumper type toggle switch. Connect about three foot of wire to each side of the switch, this will create a broken circuit. Locate the ignition wire which is on the starter, since there has already been a lot of damage to your wiring, one more cut won't hurt. Clip this wire and skin it back and connect one gator clip and then connect the other gator clip to a hot battery, this will create a complete circuit. Switch the car on and push the button, it should turn the car over if the starter good. If the starter doesn't turn over then that may be your whole problem.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
Technically it does not matter which heater hose you use.
When the garden hose is attached to the tee fitting, and you open the drain for the radiator, clean water will flow thru the cooling system with the engine running.
Keep in mind you may need to take the thermostat out to get flow without the engine being hot.
Posted on Sep 15, 2012
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