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Old 04-03-2008, 02:43 AM   #34
99 rs
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Member#: 100994
Join Date: Nov 2005
Chapter/Region: W. Canada
Location: Edmonton
2005 Acura NSX-T
2002 IS300 Wagon



I also added in a few more things here and there. Almost all new nav units need a speed sensor input and some need a reverse sense input. I’m trying to limit the amount of wiring running across the car so I tapped in to all of the wires I need right at the bulk harness and ran them to by the stereo.
Reverse signal input for rear view camera.

Speed sensor and parking brake as well. This way I won’t have to tap in to any of the parts directly. Cleans things up a bit.

And yet more useless toys. I got this reverse sensing system for $24. I’m planning on getting the smooth JDM bumper soon so I installed these into this bumper. It was pretty easy as well.

My wiring harness I made for the reverse sensors.

Mounted the unit.

The beeper.

And again with protecting the wires. That edge is pretty sharp. No sense in burning down my car over reverse sensors.


And back to the main stuff. Most of the wiring is now done. Still have to wire in the two stray wires from the fuel pump controller to the ECU but besides that we’re ready to start taping up. We started on all the stuff we new wouldn’t give us an issue. We’re going to leave the ecu untaped until we know the car runs.
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