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    Replacing ISO with Quadlock

    Hi,

    When installing an RNS-E, has anyone gone down the route of completley chopping off the ISO connectors and just put a quadlock connector straight onto the end of the cars loom?

    It seems a very simple job, and removes the need for a PnP adapter. Are their any hidden issues anyone knows of?

    Terry


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    not that I know of, I used to chop the iso blocks on my mk3 golf and just use connectors, but, if you ever think you'll go back to standard, it might be worth keeping the iso blocks intact

 

 

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