Date registered: Oct 2005
Vehicle: SL55, 300SE, GL450, Daytona 955i
Location: Lincoln / Boston - MA
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If mining the copper in the wire is included, then yes, it does take 6 hours.
You're looking at 2 hours to do it a really good job. possibly 3.
By good job, I mean the passenger seat comes out of the car, and right rear panel. 9500Ci controller goes in the floor duct, neat the passenger feet, front sensors and GPS antennat go through th fuse box next to the front battery, into the duct, to behind the grill.
The rear blinder goes through the floor duct, unto the rear pocket area, then fished through to the trunk, along the vacuum lines, then tucked in the trunk neatly, into the lid...
BTW, rear laser shifters are overrated, nobody gets lasered from behind, and if they do, and they're still speeding, they deserve the ticket...
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