Hmmmmm... I thought so.outback_ute said:It’s not that simple. Basically you won’t be able to do it, as the system needs to be calibrated so it performs correctly under all conditions. That’s what manufacturers spend millions on. You could actually make the car more dangerous. The steering wheel would be ok if it fits, but just leave out the air bag.
To clarify, this is the normal EF wheel whereas the standard XH wheel was more like the old XF wheel (but different). Understandable as it is bolted to the E-series steering rack.outback_ute said:edv8wagon, it's a 97 model series 1. It has got the airbag wheel because of the cruise control but no actual airbag.
Short answer: Haven't done itedv8wagon said:I may have mis-interpreted your sig, but have you used an ecu from a later model falcon EB etc. to run the EFI on your XF? if so how?