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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-24-2009, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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so i learned today that when you install a aftermarket head unit you need to not be cheep and buy the 115 dollar wire harness. its connected with the airbags and all bunch of crap. if you buy the cheep walmart 10 dollar one, you will short circuit a million things in your coablt. just from my experience. thats what i found out.

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nawh, nothing damaged that i know of. when i turn on my signals, my car locks up like completely, then it gets goin again, all the guages like die, then come back and then my cars fine. but on another topic, why does my car stall when i have the ac running for awhile? anyone know? thanks.

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that's crazy!!! i'm so glad i got that when i had the money.

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you can be cheap. you dont need a wiring harness, just snip the wires on the factory harness. thats what ive done in the past
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yeah but thats sometimes more work



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its always more work but its $115 you dont have to spend then
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yeah and i love your quote under your signature haha



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yeah and i love your quote under your signature haha
why thank you lol. its cause my old car was a 2000 civic and it was pretty quick(I could beat v6 stangs all day and my top speed I'd hit was 227 km/h) but by the time i got my cobalt, it needed a tune up so bad i couldn't beat his 117hp honda fit...
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