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    Hi, I'm wondering if someone can help me out with the engine coolant temp sensor, I'm just wondering where the three wires go?
  2. Hi guys and girls I'm wondering if someone who could help me out here, I'm currently building a gf8 budget rally car. So far I have fully stripped the interior gutted the inside of the doors boot bonet and all of the Heating & Air conditioning unit from behind the dash I've added Lexon windows and 8 Point roll cage bucket seats and adjustable suspension. I have a window washer bottle behind the driver's seat with sprayers on to the intercooler a surge tank in the boot bed by the original fuel pump and a Bosch 044 fuel pump after the surge tank I have got rotated intake manifold front mount intercooler oil cooler td06 turbo unequal length headers Turbosmart wastegate some pink top feed injectors from a later model STI. Now here is my problem, AI am a bit lost now that has come to the electrical part of the project. I have a what you probably call older V5/6 G4 plugin link ecu which did run the car fine until I removed the entire wiring loom. I would really like to move the battery to the boot, and from what I am learning so far the power from this goes to a relay box and into a fuse box, I think I understand how that will work, but what I'm not sure on is what I should be powering via the ECU or which sensors need a direct feed. Or is this even possible to do with a plug-in ECU? I looked up the link website and downloaded the manual for the G4 Plus but I couldn't find one for the older G4. Unfortunately I was a little bit to snip happy with the wire cutters on the original loom so that is pretty much toast lol. Anyway I'm sure there's a bunch of people on here with some hints tips and ideas to make this project a little bit easier, and any help would be greatly appreciated.