|1||—||Air Bag Indicator (Part of Instrument Cluster)|
|2||043B13||Driver Side Air Bag Module|
|3||14B007||Rear Air Bag Sensor and Bracket|
|4||14B056||Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor6|
|6||14B005||Front Air Bag Sensor and Bracket (LH)|
|7||14B004||Front Air Bag Sensor and Bracket (RH)|
|8||—||Instrument Panel Wiring Harness (Part of 14401)|
Yeah this really doesn’t seem worth it, I’ve already got to put an engine in it and it will be the first full project vehicle I’ve ever had so I don’t think I want to do that at least not yet, eventually I’m gonna swap the front end to a 92-96 and that’s already gonna be a lot of work.There are so many things youd have to change. Im not sure you could do it with the dash installed. I dont think the column will go into place w/o a lot of custom work. The column bolts into the firewall & dash differently. Trans shift linkage is a cable (and inside the cab) vs the older trucks (under the hood) with a metal rod. Shift indicator is different. The column is a different shape and may not fit into the cutout under the cluster. Dont forget youll also need the whole airbag system, with the computer under the dash and all the impact sensors, and youll have to wire it all into the truck yourself. It is theoretically possible, but it would be a lot of work for a 1st gen airbag system that was never that great in the first place.
Yeah I didn’t end up buying that one, I found a 94 that doesn’t need much work and am picking it up Monday, makes my name pointless thoughHave you already bought the 91?
If not, sounds like you should just hold out for a 94-96 that already has an airbag and the front end that you prefer.