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Old 12-17-2013, 07:16 PM   #4
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FUEL SURGE TANK INSTALL CONTINUED



We can wire in the ground for the pump now, one end goes to the bolt that holds the tank to the bracket, the other goes to an existing M6 thread on the chassis rail, you can’t see it very well in this picture, but it’s just above the arrow.


Then, the rest of the harness can go up over the transmission you can zip tie it to the existing wires that go over the transmission.





They should look something like this when you have them in place



Now to feed them through the grommet, just tape the wires to the end of a screwdriver and plunge it through.



Then we can pull all of the length through the hole, into the car.



Now that we have the wire through, we just need to tap into the appropriate wires to get the signals we are looking for. The ignition signal comes from a green wire with a red stripe located in connector B136 pin 30 and the RPM signal is a grey with a red stripe located in connector B135 pin 15. Both are shown here.



Now that we have the wires we need to patch into, just peel back a bit of the shielding and cut it out to make room for the harness wire to be soldered to it. Wrap the wire around and solder it on. Then take some electrical tape and cover it up really good to insulate it.





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