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    hey guys, just looking for someone with a good working knowledge of auto elecs to help me out. no work is required, just explaining a few things to me and working out or telling me what some wires that arent used are.

    any help would be gratefully paid for in beer of choice

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    and go...
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    pay for my ticket to bris and yeah i'll help no worries lol!

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    You need a question before we can give you an answer...

    Or is this some old time mystic test of enlightenment..???

    If I see no evil, does evil therefor not exist.??
    Or is that my reality is what is evil and everyhting else is right.

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    there is no question.... well there is, but it basically revolves around what is this and how much trouble will i cause by getting rid of it

    nah basically i dont know much about wiring, but i am tidying up while my engine is out. made a fair bit of headway, but just dont know about the way something is set up and just want someone to come and explain a few things to me im pretty sure it revolves around ignition, but yeah im kinda clueless once it goes past putting a stereo in
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    HAHA....

    I HATE wiring.... i can do it but I'm no expert...
    I'm sure their will be some one on here thats a guru..

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    im no guru but i have done a lot of wiring jobs and im always learning every time lol.

    anyway, you want to do a tidy up of the engine bay hey, generally if its the case of a plug and some wire that isnt hooked up to anything then you can get away with removing it and then taping the wires back onto the loom so they are covered. just make sure that there are no exposed wires or wires cant touch.

    other then that im guessing you want to tidy up the coil pack, ignitor set up yes? only guessing here lol. but you can cut and lengthen wires if you want to move it and the loom wont allow you to, just make sure that wires are soldered and heat shrinked properly and you'll have no issues.

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    nah these are the questions. Two relays. One red wire goes to the fuel pump and it turns on with ignition. Both relays have a power source direct from the battery. The fuel pump relay is connected to the second relay. The second relay has a black and red wire going back to the loom. Sharing the connection of this black and red wire is the ign source fo the water temp guage and thermo fan

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    sounds like two seperate relays, both are hooked up to a common power supply and earth by the sounds, the common wire between the two sounds like the ign 12V + power supply when you have the ignition in the on position. I'll bet that this is pin 86 on the relays. Pin 85 will be the earth, pin 30 will be the 12V from battery and pin 87 will be the fuel pump (or thermo fan on other one)

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    thats awesome, but i dont know what any of it means
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    On the relay where the wire conect there are numbers.. Each PIN has its own number...
    Usually on the side there is a diagram showing what pin number are constant and which ones switch on and off.

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