WR-engine - Wiring harnesses
Knut Arne Glesne
kaglesne at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 13 15:14:19 EDT 2002
Ok, long time since this post, but I'll try anyway...
I do have the ECU-plug, and I've matched the wires from it with the
ecu-harness. So I don't think that should cause so much trouble to
Do I understand right when I think I can keep the harness already in my
car, instead of installing "Harness 1"
(http://home.no.net/glesne/Temp/Harness1.jpg) in my car? And the other
wires (http://home.no.net/glesne/Temp/Harness2.jpg) can just be left in
the spare-parts-bag way back in my garage?
Also, you said something 'bout wires from the black connector on the
fusebox to the ignition coil. Is that going to trouble me?
Knut Arne Glesne
´86 Coupé quattro (Soon with turbo!)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mihnea Cotet" <mik at info.fundp.ac.be>
To: "Knut Arne Glesne" <kaglesne at hotmail.com>; <urq at audifans.com>;
<quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Friday, August 09, 2002 5:40 PM
Subject: Re: [urq] WR-engine - Wiring harnesses
> Wow! That's a very badly messed-up with harness, Knut Arne!!!!!
> Man, I've never seen such harnesses except for when they were supposed
> be removed quickly and sent with the wreck to the junkyard!!!
> The last harness picture is supposed to be a dashboard connection but
> didn't use any of the 3B's dashboard connections so I'm not helpful
> The point is that a harness can be removed very neatly without any
> and I really don't understand why the guy who sold it to you did cut
> There are supposed to be connections for the fusebox, also a BIG
> for the ECU (didn't notice it but I hope you have it!) but man, you're
> going to have a hell of a hard time to put this together and have it
> You can use the stock KV harness for the oil pressure warning light,
> well as the oil temp sender, basically just remove the harness and put
> aside, it's better to keep it "just in case"... Then you'll have to
> with the B (black) connector at the fusebox, there are some
> there for the ignition coil, and that's all I think, especially if the
> wiring harness is simpler than the 3B (and I'm pretty sure it is!)....
> and don't do the same stupid thing as I did, don't remove the wires
> starter solenoid in that B fusebox connector, otherwise everything
> fine but you won't even hear the starter "click".... I had to wire a
> separate starter switch but I like it, it's like a rally car now.. :-)
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