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All right me and my father were preparing to install a 86 monte carlo brake system into the gn today. What we can't figure out is where do the be-damned electrical cables go after you install the new brake system? There's the clip to the switch on top, and the one to the e-h pump. I know a few of you guys have done this properly, and none of the people I've emailed from the gnttype articles have replied yet.

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Benny
 
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Oh, ok. So I should just tape them up and hide em? I though those things had some external function that goes to the rear lights or something.
 

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Yeah. That's where I got the idea. It was just one of those specifics they left out you know? Now I can depreciate my car with confidence tomorrow! Heh
 

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Originally posted by dinealone:
Yeah. That's where I got the idea. It was just one of those specifics they left out you know? Now I can depreciate my car with confidence tomorrow! Heh
DEPRECIATE!!!
Anytime you do something to a car to improve it's stopping ability is an investment in my book.
If you decide to sell your GN at a later date. Put the PMS Brake Unit in the trunk of the car with other spare parts.
 

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I think most people would consider a car with the brakes already converted to be a selling feature.

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