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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 01:07 PM Thread Starter
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DSP5 install

Getting ready to install my DSP5 switch and load my tunes. Are there any precautions I need to take prior to removing the harness from the ECM, such as disconnecting the batteries or anything else?
Also, did everyone else run the wires through the hood release cable?
Any other tricks or tidbits I should know before I begin?
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Our ECM Installation page may be of some help to you. We have videos on there that should help guide you through the installation. You can find them here.

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Thanks so much. Got it loaded!

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I used ATP videos when I did mine, had a hard time getting the wire thru the main wire rubber boot so I went thru the boot at the steering shaft, P.S. I also ran my boost and pyro thru it also years ago, just have to make sure it does not touch against the shaft. I did not disconnect the batteries. took about 20 minutes total. I put my switch in a hole in the bottom of the dash below the steering wheel, their are holes in the sheet metal all ready their, just have to open it up a little. nobody can see it at this position

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