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Old 01-06-2009, 10:26 AM   #21
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Thanks alot for that diagram though helped alot in wiring my car.

you should be thanking me....all he did was take my two diagrams and connect the lines.


follow the DIY MS link....
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'tis true....it is just an easier to read version of Braineack's diagrams....so thanks Brain!
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you should be thanking me....all he did was take my two diagrams and connect the lines.


follow the DIY MS link....

Well i will thank you for the DIY thread because i followed that for the fan and spark mods. Thanks alot for that!
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Alright, Just adding this extra diagram, even tho the threads been Jackd- Dam newbs!

I did this so I knew relative wiring lengths

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will this diagram work with ms2?

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Old 03-19-2009, 06:27 PM   #26
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Im going to assume it would be pretty close. Although if you just use universal relays, it is much cleaner and easier (which is what I ended up doing)
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(Slight Update)
My diagram is still a bit of a work in progress. What I didn't put into the diagram and according to Joe Perez (people who know a S#!T load more than me -see the link below), is that if you are using a 90-93 TPS you dont connect pin 22 and pin 26. I didn't know this at the time, but have left the wires in anyways, for later, if I end up wanting to update my TPS to a proper position sensor rather than the on/off switch the 90-93's come out with.


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