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Where can you find a computer for an 86 Z and how do you install it?

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2005-11-09 12:14:12
2005-11-09 12:14:12

I just bought one through advance autoparts. Take your old computer in for core return if interested, and they will give you ~75 for the core. The computer replacement will be remanufactured and it cost ~350. The computer is located under the passenger inside panel next to where your right foot would be located while seated. There are three connectors that you'll need to take loose and two screws holding the computer in. Once the screws are taken out and the connectors are loose, pull computer toward seat because there is a clamp hold it on the engine side. Hope this helps.

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