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Insofar as the car's ability to drive/run, NO issues. You will need to remove the bulb and in some instances, there is a small backup bulb soldered onto the PC Board. Use a small screwdriver to bust it.
 

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Insofar as the car's ability to drive/run, NO issues. You will need to remove the bulb and in some instances, there is a small backup bulb soldered onto the PC Board. Use a small screwdriver to bust it.
Thank you I appreciate the quick response, looking forward to pulling all those wires out now .


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There's an old rally car racers trick:
Every time you touch something, make it lighter.

Example: Are there 3 positive wires to turn all the brake lights? Make it one continuous wire, making said part lighter. Keep going every time you do a job. Pays off in the long run.
 

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"take off parts until it stops running. Then put back the last part you took off."

"drill holes in it until it fails, then drill one less hole"

(how does Spek46 keep you from sneaking in there and farting with your ecu coding, anyway?)

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