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Old 04-28-2014, 05:35 PM   #1
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Where to install AF1 operating unit in Saturn Vue

I'm about to get an Air Force One braking system. I'm trying to figure out where to install the operating unit in my 2007 Saturn Vue. If you have an AF1 in your Vue, please tell me where you put the operating unit. Thanks

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Not a Saturn owner but I was told by the place that sold mine it could be installed behind the grill if there was not room in the engine compartment. Then there is this from the installation instructions;
"The unit can often be installed behind the grill provided it doesn’t restrict air flow to the radiator. Moisture will not harm the unit, but it should not be in the direct path of rainwater or road spray"

I was lucky I found a place in the engine compartment to wedge mine in and use tie wraps to hold it in place.
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