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Check the DEV/VEN ID, make sure it is DW1510 and not DW1520. 
Dell     DW1510          Half Mini PCIe    14e4-432b    BCM4322       A/B/G/N     Y  Y  Y   Y    Y   Y     -
Dell     DW1520          Half Mini PCIe    14e4-4353    BCM43224      A/B/G/N     N  N  Y   Y    Y   N     kext inj. + patch BCM4360
 
If you do end up having DW1520, just change you SMBIOS to MBA 5.1 or 5.2.

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That would explain why it's not working.

Check to see if the wireless switch on the side is set to 'On'

Check the BIOS to see if it's enabled and detected.

If all fails, check to see if it's seated properly.

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Good call Bronxteck. Was busy looking for DW1510 and didn't bother looking at the Intel.

However there is a second slot for WWAN he could place the card...

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Yes, I relized after I sent the picture that this laptop had an Intel wireless chip. Must have been an custom change by the person I got it from. I added a different chip into the WWAN slot and it works without anything extra.

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