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? for those with exploder consoles

hey those of you that have an exploder center console, I have a question. i just pulled one from a 97' and was wondering where you guys relocated the airback key switch to? And pics would be very appreciated. thanks a lot fellas!
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just turn the air bag switch to the "on" position and zip tie it up behind the console.....i am going to mold it into the driver side lower console piece(the same spot as the power outlet on the passanger side of the console).......whenever i get the time and go-nads to cut a hole in my console....
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I zip tied mine below the dash behing the console(Completely hidden). I can still acess it if I need to, but I haven't touched it since I put the console in. I was going to put it behing the cig lighter on the right side if the console, but I was 1" short of wire to do it.
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I still want o be able to turn it on and off. i have it off more than i have it on, im always driving alone :( Im gonna do the same thing as your thinking, but i want to see pics of what other people have done.
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someone put their's in the power outlet on the passanger side....they took it out and replaced it with the switch.....you will have to stretch the wires a few inches by cutting an splicing wires, but it would be cool.....and cut a hole for the light...
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someone put their's in the power outlet on the passanger side....they took it out and replaced it with the switch.....you will have to stretch the wires a few inches by cutting an splicing wires, but it would be cool.....and cut a hole for the light...
interesting, i might just try it. i have nothign to lose i got this free with my 8.8 rear axle i just bought today
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I shaved it, haha, j/k. I turned my switch off 30 seconds after I got my truck and when I got my console I threw it behind it and forgot about it. Last time I got hit by one did more damage than good. Wish I could shut off the driver's side, oh well just have to get a billet wheel
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