[e//S2] harness routing
matt_20v at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 19 08:45:59 EDT 2003
I snapped a couple of photos last night of the harness
routing through the firewall. I can email them off-
list if anyone is interested.
--- Matt twentyV <matt_20v at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have the 200 harness going through on the pass.
> side. In the engine bay, the cables all worked out
> quite well.
> Now that you mention it, I do not remember if the
> hole was pre-existing or newly cut.
> Matt Rooke
> --- Jimmy Pribble <Jimmy at texasbankers.com> wrote:
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> > Your progress is looking good, Ben. I hope to get
> > back to work on mine
> > soon.
> > > where/how did you run the main engine harness
> > through the firewall?
> > Anyway, at first I thought this was a trick
> > question, but after thinking
> > about it for a second, I remembered that we aren't
> > all using the same
> > harness. Duh. I'm using the ABY harness, which
> > means it goes through the
> > driver's side, just like the 7A. I'm not sure
> > to do if using the 200
> > or S4 harness. Offhand, if you try to go through
> > the driver's side, I would
> > say you will probably have problems reaching some
> > stuff (MAF, WGFV), without
> > modifying the harness. You may also have trouble
> > placing the ECU in the
> > stock location. Anyone know? I never got that
> > before I bailed on my S4
> > harness.
> > Jimmy
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