Mine's a first gen Concorde - 1997, I agree, I do not like the looks of the '98 Concorde.
I tried fitting the M4 into the case last night but there's just no good way to get that M4 in the case of the Thin Client. It's not the wiring from the M4, it's the physical dimensions of the M4 :(
So my options would be:
- Get a different case.
- Build an external case for the M4 to sit in, and run the wires to the motherboard.
I'm not really too fond of either of these options but I have to do something. I think I'll go with building the external case, I figure I can build something fairly small and fit it below the Thin Client, on the floor, and not have any additional space issues.
I'll have to measure the M4 and see for sure, I have pictures from last night but I just didn't get them uploaded to Flickr yet, I'll do that tonight and post how the M4 sits inside the Thin Client.
The only thing is, worse case scenario this turns out to be the Oil Pump, and the car costs $900 to fix, the Edmunds value is just over $2,000, and I might have to look at a different car. I am not sure what is going to happen at this point. Love my Chrysler, don't want to see it go just yet. :Cry:
you'll be fine chryslers are so famous for there oil pressure switchs leaking oil, there so common that chrysler has a fix kit for it with a new oil pressure switch, connector and wires. I have very rarely seen a oil pump go on those unless you dont do your oil changes.
BTW looking good..
As far as the M4- ATX, you could always have it seperate. Mini-Box sells a enclosure that you can maybe place in another area of the dash, like farther up into it.
the M3-ATX? It'd fit, it's 125 Watt, but it's only 20pin, not 24pin.
Edit:Gonna have to do some more research on this guy.Quote:
- Fits any motherboard equipped with a 20 or 24pin ATX connector.
I hear alottttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt of complaints on the M3. They say its not very reliable. I would do lots of research before you buy it.