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Default 07-17-2016, 12:38 PM

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Originally Posted by natecbarrett
So im a little confused. Could use some help. I currently have the n63 stage 2 and received my jb4 beta the other day. Can someone give me an easy to follow walk through on how to switch them out. So I assume the first this is to just switch out the board. Now I need to know, Do I keep the old wires I already have hooked up into the dme/TMAP sensors, and then just add the additional wires that came with the upgrade? Please help me I read the instructions on the first post but the are kind of confusing. Please help me so I can get this installed and start doing some logging for you guys.
Did you read this post with the directions? http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showpo...92&postcount=3

You'll disconnect the 4 pairs now from the DME, 3 of them will not be used at all and one will be half used.


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