[Es2] [urq] Wiring Harness

Jack Walker JackW at ihco.com
Wed Apr 26 17:16:33 EDT 2006

Thanks Martin,

You placed a 3B into the S2 harness, which is what the S2s came with,
would I be better off with a RS2 in regard to the AAN motor?

Was planning on getting the wiring harness out of the CGT, but after it
sitting in my driveway for a while too long my wife decided to have it
taken to her work where I could get the harness, fuse box, and anything
else I wanted off. Didn't quite happen that way, got thrown, into a
dumpster by a forklift and taken to a scrap yard.

Hardly got the brake booster sleeve and the surrounding area of the fuse
box out with a torch, which I'll trim down to make the fuse box
surround. But in cutting it out it turned most of the harness and the
box to a smoldering mess of crap. 

Jack Walker
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-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Pajak [mailto:martin at quattro.ca] 
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 1:48 PM
To: Jack Walker
Cc: es2 at audifans.com; urq at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [urq] Wiring Harness


I used an S2 harness in my '85.. and 99% of wires just simply plug into
the fusebox/original harness.. the trick here is to have a car with
wiring and underhood fusebox.

You can find an S2 wiring diagam at
And RS2 is here:

If you need some help I can scan my notes and send them your way.
Actual wiring took me about half an hour.. but labling and preparation
dictates how much time you actually spend under the dash with a trouble
light.. :)

Hope this helps

Martin Pajak


1982 Audi Ur-quattro (50,000 mi) new project
1983 Audi Ur-quattro (85,000 mi) Concourse d'Elegance
1985 Audi Ur-quattro (212,000 km) Euro spec. import mit 3B :)
1987 Audi 4000s quattro (205,000 km) wintervagen mit 7A :)
1990 Audi V8 quattro (365,000 km) pipe and slippers

> Jack Walker
> Hi guys
> Not really putting together an S2 for those of you on the S2 list, but
> UrQ,  with a dash from a CGT, console, (and a harness and a ton of
> and fuse box parts from a 854000FWD)  and a 93-ANN motor, so I guess
> what I'm building is a 93-RR ??:-):-)
> I've got the wiring harness from the ANN, the surround of a CGT fuse
> box, and of course the UrQ with the under dash fuse box.
> I've read Huh Powell's dash replacement, and fuse box replacement
> pieces, nice work.
> Seen Steve Eiche's notes on wiring harness, to use an S2 harness.
> And the recent topic on the UrQ forum about dash replacement.
> Where, if I used a S2 or RS2 harness, would I come up with a wiring
> diagram for either of these?
> Doesn't sound like either the RS2 or the S2 harness will work totally
> with UrQ, I'd still probably have to splice a ton on stuff into either
> of them
> I've been going through the archives for days now and can't seem to
> Steve Elche's write-up. Could someone please point me to it, or give
> just a little help on using the search in the lists.
> Jack Walker
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