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Old 04-03-2008, 02:34 AM   #30
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



Common yellow/red stripe wire. I kept all of the factory WRX junctions. Only 1 splice. All of the other wires on the bulk harness went to the RS engine so it’s not needed.


Back-up Power Supply B136-9 (RS) to D10 (WRX). There is a close junction near the WRX ecu so that is why the splice is so close to the ECU.


So far this is the left over extra harness that I further cut form the WRX bulk harness. When I originally un-wrapped the WRX harness I followed every wire completely to where each wire goes. The time spent following these wires back and then just throwing them away was well wasted though. Especially for the defogger, small light and blower fan switches.


And again, while I had everything apart I decided to throw in some intercooler sprayers and headlight washers. It’s very easy to do and really easy to make it look OEM when everything is apart.

My make shift relay to make sure I’m wiring things correctly. Don’t want my car setting on fire.

The two extra plugs that will go beside the fog and cruise buttons

These merged wires are for the lights in the switch. So when I turn on my lights and the fog and cruise buttons light up, so will these. More of an OEM look.

Roughly the 4 positions of the switches. Still have to tape them nicely.
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