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Want to Buy: 96 Cruise Control Pods, no electronics needed. KY

Old 06-19-2010
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96 Cruise Control Pods, no electronics needed. KY

Going through my Explorer parts box today I found I had a set of cruise control pods, unfortunately there's only 1 of the 4 tabs, the other 3 are long gone.

I have the electronic boards, in fact I just removed the OEM bulb holders (both bulbs were burned out) and soldered on some wire for my version of the LED mod.

I haven't removed the pods from my truck yet (it's too hot & I've got other issues to deal with right now), BUT I wanted to see if I could find a pair of the pods just in case I happen to break something when I remove them from the truck.
Don't have them with me right now, but they're the half moon shaped pods. I'll try to get a pic.

While I'm on the subject... do you NEED to disconnect the neg. battery terminal or can you just pull the airbag fuse when you remove the airbag... I can't remember which fuse it is right now.

Hopefully, I won't need them... but I'd like to see if anyone has some extras they don't mind parting with for a little E-cash.

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