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Teg dash in ef

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by C-Bye, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. C-Bye

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    Hey I have to replace my heater core, being the dash is out of the vehicle, I would like to put in an integra dash my buddy has into my ef, do any of them fit. I could just change all the wiring to integra wiring. can't be that difficult just time consuming, well I have put in weeks to this hacked up harness "drive me up the wall" a complete changeover is sounding really good being the dash is coming out anyway

    I need Opinions? Ideas? anyone ever tried?
     
  2. Dustin_m

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    seen it done, and yeah it looks cool, but unless you buttloads of time on your hands, it's probably not worth it. i can't see the Teg dash fitting into the ef. you say your friend has the dash, go measure it.
     
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    Scratch that, too much work, just changin the core!
     
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    you really dont have to remove the dash. i didnt. (in my da)
     
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    remove the glove box right, heads up on an ez way to get at it?
     
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    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    The dash is actually easy to remove.. do that, save a busted knuckle or two and having to work like a contortionist...
     
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    wasnt that hard for me. i didnt remove my dash at all. just he blower motor, evap thing, then tackled the heater core. its not easy by any means.

    wasnt that hard for me. i didnt remove my dash at all. just he blower motor, evap thing, then tackled the heater core. its not easy by any means.
     
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    thought about junkyard, but i should just get a new one can't cost that much? Thanx guys.

    hey starting school DEC. Honda Certified!!!!
     
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