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Old 04-06-2017, 08:24 PM
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Re: DIY: Richie's Module V4 Version for J32 6-Speed Swaps

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So I'll do some more updating. But it worked. Car runs and engine revs out, so big plus


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I've been following this thread, and your build thread and I'm glad to see you finally get it going. The wiring nightmare must have been the biggest snafu of all, with all the different harnesses you used before getting Richie's module kit. I'm guessing it was getting the immobilizer reprogramed that actually allowed it to fire up and run. Nice job, and way to go with sticking to it. Congrats.
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Re: DIY: Richie's Module V4 Version for J32 6-Speed Swaps

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I've been following this thread, and your build thread and I'm glad to see you finally get it going. The wiring nightmare must have been the biggest snafu of all, with all the different harnesses you used before getting Richie's module kit. I'm guessing it was getting the immobilizer reprogramed that actually allowed it to fire up and run. Nice job, and way to go with sticking to it. Congrats.
Yea the wiring was such a fun time lol. Yea, I had to have the immobilizer re-programmed.

Thanks, it took some convincing to not just push the car off a cliff lol.


But I have completed the DIY. Hopefully this will help some people looking for answers on this module and how to do this
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