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Old August 24th, 2005, 04:18 PM
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Yeah, with the '95 system my ECU has to mount like Chris' there on the right side kick panel. I tried last night and there is NO way it can stay in it's current spot..

The ECU relocation kit is just a pair of brackets to hold the ECU. The problem is -- how do I locate the brackets on the side kick panel? I don't even know the proper orientation for the ECU. What I would really like to see is a pic with that little panel and ECU removed so I can see where the brackets are supposed to attach to the kick panel. It doesn't look like there are any pre-made holes, so I have to just drill/screw them on at my discretion.

I don't have that plastic cover that you show, Chris, so I also can't just mount the ECU hoping to make enough room for it... because I don't know how much room I'll need when I finally do get one. Hmm, your truck looks pretty fried - want to sell me your plastic cover for the ECU?? Maybe insurance will replace the whole thing
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Old August 24th, 2005, 06:41 PM
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Thats just a plastic cover. The ECU is not attached to that, just under it. If I end up stripping it down I will let you know. I'll be moving the truck this weekend so if I think of it, I will snap better pictures of whats going on under that cover for you if you havent sorted something out by then.
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Old August 24th, 2005, 09:16 PM
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I just talked to George at RDS about that cover - sent him the pic from your truck. He immediately knew whose truck the pic came from -- but didn't have the plastic cover.

If you can, I'd appreciate the pics. I'm probably not going to be around much this weekend, so I might not have time to do anything to the truck until next week anyway....
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Old August 29th, 2005, 08:12 PM
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Hi Chris - did you tear into your rig this weekend? I was out-of-town... would love to see pics of how your ECU mounts to the side kickpanel before I mount mine...
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