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2c0728

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00 Explorer XLT
I just got one and wanted to install it. Well, When i took out the pocket, No wires were there to plug in. Where are they? Is there a set of wires that need to be plugged into the harness? One would think that if the option came with the truck the wires would be there. No clue.
 



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The wiring is only there for the ones that were supposed to have it... Otherwise, you have to do a lot of wiring yourself. Possibly not worth it, but it's up to you.
 






Do some searching- it is by NO means plug and play- you have a LOT of work ahead of you if you really want it... Only a few people have ever gone through and finished the task.
 






Do some searching- it is by NO means plug and play- you have a LOT of work ahead of you if you really want it... Only a few people have ever gone through and finished the task.

Not worth it in my opinion, unless you want to do it to learn about wiring.

There was a GM car in the late 80s that had a CRT message center that practically worked as a scan tool. Maybe something like that is worth the effort.

The later years don't even give you bulb out status. There is no sensor for low coolant which I think is ridiculous. Do you want an annoying beep everytime your washer fluid is low?
 






It's not worth it. Anyone want to buy it? 35 bucks + shipping
 












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