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    just wondering if anyone in perth can help me or point me in the rite direction.

    i have no idea with wiring and dont want to give it to a so called sparky thats going to spend 40+ hours
    on doing it charging 50 dollars an hour.

    i have read up a bit on it and seems to me for someone that knows what there doing 10 hours work would be more than enough.

    any help would be really appreciated

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    Ive done SR20 in ae86 last year, only a few wires to hook up like ignitions, grounds and batt pos. ill see if i can dig out which ones you need but its pretty well documented on the net, take the time to do a good search. Its pretty much run the CA18 loom down the passenger side of the engine bay to the fuse box and get almost everything you need from there...

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    This is SR20 stuff, but I doubt that the CA18 is THAT much different when it comes to wiring...

    There are actually very few things the engine itself needs from the body as far as wiring goes (other than the Nissan ECU that you will already have I guess)

    Have a read through this website:

    http://www.plmsdevelopments.com/rhs_wiring.htm

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    thanks guys. the more help the better haha.

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    this wire up dosnt make sense, isnt a relay ment to have a ground source?
    on the fuel pump and afm / cas it looks to be all power?

    Is that rite??

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    One would say the relays ground via the ecu (well fuel pump and the afm/cas relay).
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    I'm a little late to the party, but that's how the Nissan side is wired from factory. All I did was show the Nissan side and Toyota side together so people would know what to do. If you follow it, the car will fire up, as long as you find the correct wires (there's are multiple same colour wires from memory).

    You can just pull the three relays and wiring out of a s13 engine bay harness and fuse box and just hook up the white and black/orange wires from the Toyota side. I tucked mine up in the passenger's side wheel well along with the factory ke70 fusebox.
    What's easier and nicer is to ditch the factory power system and ECU and make a fuse panel and get a vipec/link/haltech/adaptronic.

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