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I have a 1989 Daytona Shelby. Will a system check plug right into where my boost gauge, and message center is? Do I have to get pig tails, or horse around with a bunch of wires and possibly ruin my harness? Lol! I'm a little hesitant if you can't tell! Thanks for the help! Reply please! :thumb: Sorry I accedently put this in the Exterior! Ehh.. it's all the same right? Haha!
 

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your thinkin of the navigator computer ^ , yeah that would have the conectors already in place in most cases

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the systems check uses a diff plug than the message center - you could get the message center functions to work in the systems check if you splice on the plug for the S check to the wireing from the mess center

if I remember right you would also have to add a ground wire from the case - same one as on the nav computer - but that's easy
 

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There is quite a bit of wiring involved in installing the Systems check, but it will fit in that slot no problem. I have this done to my 89 Daytona Shelby, also have the Voice Alert installed with it.
 

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how many function eva?
 

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Dennis, you talking to me or the orginal post-er?

If me, I have a 24 function EVA w/System Check installed

For anyone looking back on this thread, check out the link below for excellent installation information...

The Chrysler Electronic Voice Alert
 

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Just locating the connectors has been a nightmare for me.

Dennis
 

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Yes I actually have considered soldering wires to each pin. So I'm going to continue locating for the hardware. When I get the hardware and wiring installed, I will direct solder the wires. I just can't stand hack jobs.

When I first got my LeBaron it had 47 but splices in the engine bay.

Dennis
 

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Richard very good idea.
If you're willing to cut up the circuit board on the analog message center (or get a spare to cut up) you can make an adapter....
 

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Yes I actually have considered soldering wires to each pin. So I'm going to continue locating for the hardware. When I get the hardware and wiring installed, I will direct solder the wires. I just can't stand hack jobs.

When I first got my LeBaron it had 47 but splices in the engine bay.

Dennis
I hear you loud and clear on hack jobs Dennis.

I once soldered wires direct to pin on something else, filled in the original connector cavity flush with silicone, left a few inches of wiring and then put on a generic 12 pin connector and one on the wring to the car. I have no pictures it was years ago, but it looked good and eliminated the "hack job" part of the job.
 
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