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2nd2nun
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2nd2nun Dec 16, 9:01pm - #353032 

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2005 Toyota Celica GT

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Digital A/C Controls

Can anyone tell me where I can find the Digital A/C Controls that I have seen pics of on this site? Thanks
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Dec 16, 9:25pm - #353033 

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japan. you have to get a bunch of stuff. you cant jsut swap out the controlls. Woudl cost a fotrune. allot of peopel have asked aobut it int he past, even myself. when it comes down to it, it woudl cost you a arm, kidney, lung and maybe a toe to afford it.

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FloydianSlip6 Dec 16, 9:35pm - #353034 

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the thing is you need a whole new ecu to understand it. You also need to instal motors in all of the vents to open and close them. In addition to a whole new AC control chip. The total cost of the project is upwards of $1500. The people who have it on this site are not from US or US spec countries.
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Dec 16, 10:03pm - #353035 

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yup smile you need an arm, leg, kidney, liver, and maybe an eye to afford it smile

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2nd2nun
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2nd2nun Dec 17, 12:45am - #353036 

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Thanks for the info guys, i guess i'll just live with the analog controls and spend my money on other stuff, like the engine, wheels, tires, body kit and etc.

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FloydianSlip6 Dec 17, 12:50am - #353037 

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I think the manual are better, you can adjust the temps quicker. It doesn't look as nice but when it comes to functionality I think it takes the cake.
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FloydianSlip6 Dec 17, 12:50am - #353038 

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moreover I have know clue what degree I like my car at, but I know where on the lil color dial I like it. Know what I mean?
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2nd2nun
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2nd2nun Dec 17, 1:26am - #353039 

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thumbsupYea!

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VSGTS14 Dec 17, 1:41am - #353040 

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its not worth it and too much of a hassle

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