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post #1 of 11 Old 12-22-2010, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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Has any one install the new lockpick for their mygig. The latest model CHR-550. would be great to hear review on how well the new unit works, install, camera you used.
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post #2 of 11 Old 12-27-2010, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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Just wanted some feed back on how you ran all the wires

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funny. I posted here looking for information about running wires for cameras. Electrical tech.

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Just like a Yankee

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Just like a Yankee
What is that supposed to infer?
Both of your similarly worded questions could have been asked here instead of creating two separte threads.
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Infer don't critique my question. If you have anything helpful to say great. If not don't respond. Thank you

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I did have something helpful to add and I wrote it in your other thread.
Learn some forum etiquette and stop clogging the board with duplicate posts. Right back at you.
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Like like I said don't critique my post. Look at the other post it got high jacked by someone else and they ran with it. You aren't the master of anything so if your not going to be helpful don't respond to my post. and your horse.

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I'd say as the author it is your responsibility to keep a post on track. Look how out of whack this one went.
As for your question, well I just finished installing my lockpick v3 so here is what I got.
I ran as much of the wiring as I could on each side of the mygig, there is actually a decent amount of space on each side. I removed the glove box while working and ended up leaving the black box just to the left of the glove box opening so I can get to it for updates without pulling the dash apart. I ran the camera wire along the passenger side floor, under all the plastic trim, and over the wheel well. Finally I brought it out the tailgate with my oro third brake light wire. I used the coastal etech bar camera. Very happy with the way everything turned out.
And you should know, Yankees don't own horses.
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Thanks for all your information.

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