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I've been planning to add Auto-Stick and Auto-Temp to the '03 Intrepid SXT.

I saved ALL the wiring and shifter from my '02 300m seen here:


I will be pulling the dash anyway to replace the leaky evaporator coil. If I add the dash harness while the dash is out of the Intrepid, I should be good?

Also, there are a few differences in the harness under the carpet. Should I just swap it or would it be less involved to just add the auto-stick part of the harness? The harness out of the 300m has different amplifier circuitry and ABS. So, I'm thinking to add auto-stick, it might be easier to just trim that circuit out of the 300m harness and overlay the Intrepid harness.

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If you're just adding autostick, then yeah go with just adding the wiring. If you want to add things like the 360 wiring harness and memory/heated seats, go with the complete body harness. For your dash harness, don't forget to add the lower dash harness, the one that connects to the HVAC unit under the dash. The MTC and ATC equipped cars have different harness's.
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The lower harness connector on the ATC swap is a bitch.
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If you're just adding autostick, then yeah go with just adding the wiring. If you want to add things like the 360 wiring harness and memory/heated seats, go with the complete body harness. For your dash harness, don't forget to add the lower dash harness, the one that connects to the HVAC unit under the dash. The MTC and ATC equipped cars have different harness's.
Memory seats are not likely. I never had much use for that or the mirrors that tilt, etc. But, the idea of upping the sound to the 360 is interesting...

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The lower harness connector on the ATC swap is a bitch.
Details? Anything that comes to mind besides splicing? I was also considering just swapping the whole dash harness. I don't know if that would be easier?
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On the lower dash harness, the one that connects to the HVAC "Box", there's a connector that's very hard to disconnect since it's put together outside the car and dropped in during manufacturing. You can get it off, but sometimes you end up braking it. It's not a big deal though, it usually goes back together and stays tight. It's all a plug and play swap, no need for splicing!
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I agree with just adding the A/S wiring unless it's included in what you have to put in for the ATC. Only four wires. Power to the red/white wire on the bundle going to the DTC connector, ground to either of the studs on the hump just below the Air bag module (gas pedal side of hump), the up- and down-shift wires T-tap to the right pins of C106.
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Autostick is in the body harness, ATC is in the dash harness's. It would be pretty easy to add the Autostick wiring at the same time as the dash harness though since you would have most of the junction block wiring exposed.
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