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post #141 of 164 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 07:11 AM
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now if we could talk him into doing one for a 91-93, that would be sweet!


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OK so I have a question I am parting out a 96 Cadillac fleetwood and have removed all the HVAC equipment from it the question is can I install this unit as a whole and use the wiring harness adaptor sold else where and make this work or should I try to use all the OEM cadillac wiring if so can anyone supply the wiring schematic for the cadillac and Impala tbanks for any help you fellas can supply
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post #143 of 164 (permalink) Old 02-01-2013, 09:25 AM
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Well, depends on what you mean by caddys wiring.

Can you remove the Instrument Panel harness and swap it out for your Impala's IP harness? No. The caddy does all kinds of different things than the Impala does.

Can you take a razor blade, and remove the E-tape from the caddy IP harness, then remove each and every wire that doesn't contain to the A/C system, then wire that into your car? Yes.

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post #144 of 164 (permalink) Old 02-01-2013, 09:46 AM
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Yes sir thats what I ment was to remove all non-A/C WIRING but what about the adaptor harness as mentioned or some wiring schematics for both cars thanks
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post #145 of 164 (permalink) Old 02-01-2013, 08:32 PM
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That adapter harness wont work for you, and you wont really need it, as you'll already most needed wiring.

You'll have to wire the A/C request, Interior lights, Power (both switches and constant) ground, etc...

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post #146 of 164 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 06:51 AM
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well I have been a caddi fan fan for years so it was only fitting for me to this swap yes the roadmaster has its advantages but I love my caddies..... here is a short video.......



now to clean up the wiring and them map out all my impala wiring.......then the hard part removal of the dash and complete HVAC!!!!
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Looking good man. Interface wiring should be easy, you did the hard part of getting it all wired up. Bet you are going to find that you only need to hook up the entire setup to power and ground and you will be all set.

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post #148 of 164 (permalink) Old 02-26-2013, 06:50 PM
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Looking good man. Interface wiring should be easy, you did the hard part of getting it all wired up. Bet you are going to find that you only need to hook up the entire setup to power and ground and you will be all set.
still havn't herd from Bigb9000 hope this wiring is coming.....
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post #149 of 164 (permalink) Old 09-02-2013, 10:57 PM
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plug and play in effect yet? i bought the roady climate unit today and need to plug it up... unless any1 in the austin, tx / san antonio area can help for a fee? -___-
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"7. blower control module, goes in place of the original blower resistor module mounted next to the blower in the duct."
where is this located? pieced together everything else off a roady except this.
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