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    Quote Originally Posted by lowpugV2 View Post
    Just out of interest, what do you have left of the GTi6? Seats? Door cards? Parcel shelf etc... The exhaust?
    I'll be using the exhaust (or as much as possible)
    The guy who bought the wheels via Gumtree has first refusal on the complete doors
    The leather on the front seats are pretty shot and one is Red & grey cloth the other is Alcantara.
    Rear seats are red & grey 1/2 leather and in pretty good shape.
    Parcel tray has been chopped to accommodate speakers.

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    Latest question is regarding the wiring loom conversion.
    With the sticky on 205 Driver no longer showing any pictures the loom stripping and conversion may be a bit much for me.
    Is there someone locally who can do the loom conversion or would I be best off sending it to Miles in the UK to sort out?
    Ive got the chance of sending it back to the UK with my Dad to save some postage costs.
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    Are these the 2 brown plugs from the 205 that are needed.

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    Yes, those are the plugs.
    9 pin: Instrument cluster gauges & starter
    6 pin: Fuel pump, tacho & ignition +12V

    You may also be better off replacing the 205 power distribution block with a generic distribution block if your 205 wiring is at all bare.

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