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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-11-2012, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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Is this how you hook it up?


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That splice is a problem waiting to happen.

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That Guy needs to clean his engine compartment. That wire looks like yellow and orange not yellow and pink.

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Those butt connectors dont belong on load sensitive electronics. At LEAST get bare crimps and heat shrink them. Better yet solder them and they last longer then the copper. If you leave those as they are youll be fixing them in a matter of weeks.

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This was meant as a temp connection to see if we had the right wire. The instructions were a bit confusing, and I thought the wires in the engine bay were the same as the ones going to the tranny. Turns out there are 3 yellow with kinda pinkish stripes on them, and the wire you need is down on the actual plug.

So this is a "what not to do" thread.

And yes, the engine bay needs to be steam cleaned next time I work on it....

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