Could more of the Buick parts be swapped into the Cruze to avoid some of the wiring issues? Like dash, door panels, etc.Most of what I did was "little" tweaks, for the doors it was just reshaping the existing buick wire routing and changing the power mirror connectors, for the dash harness it was again mainly reshaping and extending a few wires for the onstar module. Wouldnt have been much help if I had documented the piles of wires, each car and set of options would require slightly different tweaks and you really have to put the harnesses next to each other to make sure they are as close to the same length and shape. The only thing that would be the same for another harness swap car is the wiring for the lights, and I didnt think anyone would really want to see that.
Got the condenser in, the bumper put togeather and on the car last night, I'll get a pic of it this evening. Still need to find some way of calibrating the steering sensor and finish some interior things like the radio controls and seat wiring. Also pulled the bent hood off my Eco last night and set it aside to get painted rattle-can black, picked up the replacement hood for the Eco this morning and it makes a heck of a difference.
First pic is of the Eco before I straightened the hood and made it a bit more ugly (but so it would close), seccond pic is it with the new hood. I'll get a pic of the red good this evening as well.
Probably going to stop and pick up a black rear bumper and move the sensor mounts from the buick part to the cruze part. I wanted to get one with the sensor mounts but they are hard-ish to come by as they only ever came with blind spot on the later cars and only the Ltz (I dont want an rs bumper).
Great spot for the buttonGot the start button installed in its final location, loose paint off hood, hood painted and installed, radio controls trimmed to fit in cruze dash, and mounts made for rear exhaust shields (my dad did that last one because he was bored)