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Salty
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Posted Thu Jul 18, 2013, 7:25am
Subject: Grimac Mia Wiring
 

I have a Mia that appears to have been played with.  I'm not sure if the wiring is where it should be.  Can anyone who has one take photo's of the inside of theirs so I can trace where the wiring should be?  TIA
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mayong_md
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Posted Sun Jul 21, 2013, 3:50am
Subject: Re: Grimac Mia Wiring
 

Hi Salty,

Check this album out. It's got pics of the insides of a MIA. Let me know if there are views you'd like me to add.
Click Here (s756.photobucket.com)

Mario
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