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185 viewsA closer look at the drainage channels.Feb 06, 2010
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181 viewsAnother shot of the right slider. The center support channel has drainage channels welded in that match the locations of the drain holes on the sill frame.Feb 06, 2010
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181 viewsGetting closer to the finished product. The steel tube in the middle reaches up to the body mounts on the frame.Feb 06, 2010
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161 viewsUsing the plasma cutter to trim up slider platesFeb 06, 2010
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190 viewsRight front showing rough fit of the sliderFeb 06, 2010
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179 viewsRough fit showing the rear end with the support channel and slider plates.Feb 06, 2010
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184 viewsSupport Channel bolted up to the door sillFeb 06, 2010
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169 viewsFirst stab at the bottom plate welded to the support channel.Feb 06, 2010
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156 viewsPattern for the right side slider. Almost ready to cut!Feb 06, 2010
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198 viewsJun 25, 2007
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150 viewsAnother day at o\'briensMay 10, 2007
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456 viewsCompleted install of control panel.May 01, 2007
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386 viewsCompleted Install of Control Panel. Wiring goes up into headliner, over curtain airbag on left hand side, and down the B pillar.May 01, 2007
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345 viewsAntenna MountMay 01, 2007
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319 viewsAntenna mount.May 01, 2007
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329 viewsHere is the antenna mount on the roof rack. The black aluminum bar is custom made to hold the antenna mount.May 01, 2007
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361 viewsHere is the left rear trim panel removed. GTR proved useful in the removal process! The cubby box snaps on to the top of the panel.May 01, 2007
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411 viewsHere is the left rear cubby box with the TM-D700A bolted inside. I also drilled a hole in the bottom of the cubby for antenna, GPS, and power wiring, and a hole in the front for control, microphone, data, and audio cabling.May 01, 2007
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351 viewsCompleted install, again with aluminum bar and 3M velcro.Apr 28, 2007
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300 viewsCompleted install. I used a bar of aluminum bar with 3M industrial velcro to hold the controllers.Apr 28, 2007
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329 viewsInstallation slowly proceeding. You can see the controller cables inserted into the notch I made with a dremel.Apr 28, 2007
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255 viewsAlmost completed install. Just the controllers need mounting.Apr 28, 2007
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246 viewsAlmost done. All the trim is in, but the controllers are not yet mounted.Apr 28, 2007
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292 viewsThe rats nest of cabling that needs to be tamed.Apr 28, 2007
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255 viewsCompleted install with both receivers working.Apr 28, 2007
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278 viewsClose up of the cavity for the Nav screen. Here you can see the XM Satellite receiver antenna cable snaking across. It\'s the thin wire not bundled to anything. In the lower corner you can also see the power cable going to the glove box.Apr 28, 2007
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275 viewsA mess of cables. You can see the HD Radio antenna adapter coming out into the slot for the IHU. You can also see, if you look very closely, the original diversity antenna connector plugged into another adapter to go down to the HD radio unit.Apr 28, 2007
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246 viewsThe two installed modules with preliminary wiring for testing.Apr 28, 2007
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256 viewsSystem testing. Nothing caught fire, which is a success in my book! Just know that the rover gets very angry when all of those control panels are disconnected.Apr 28, 2007
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254 viewsThe console mostly re-assembled. You can see the dremel notch I made for the control cables, as well as the slack in the power and audio cables.Apr 28, 2007
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260 viewsPicture of the center console minus IHU and Climate Control. Turns out there is very little room behind there, which is really a pain in the ass.Apr 28, 2007
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244 viewsProceeding with console removal.Apr 28, 2007
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249 viewsProceeding with the console removal.Apr 28, 2007
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286 viewsPicture of the floor console removed. The wiring moving along from the bottom of the picture forward is power from the rear power socket, and audio from the aux port.Apr 28, 2007
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277 viewsHere is the center console with the support pulled away. You can see the wiring for the HD and XM radios working their way through the console and over to the lower glove box. Apr 28, 2007
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210 viewsThe start. Yes, the cupholders are dirty... get over it!Apr 28, 2007
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213 viewsThe start. I plan to place all the electronics into the lower glove box.Apr 28, 2007
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218 viewsAnother shot of the floor console.Apr 28, 2007
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216 viewsThe inner workings of the floor console. You can see the inline fuse holder on the left, which then connects to the chill box connector.Apr 28, 2007
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231 viewsConsole Trim Removed, as well as the top of the floor console.Apr 28, 2007
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149 viewsMe out at GoldstoneApr 25, 2007
     
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