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      08-20-2015 03:48 PM #26
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      11-12-2015 09:53 AM #27
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      11-28-2015 11:28 PM #28
      Wanted to leave a reply for potential future buyers:

      This is a great product. I just finally got to put it to use today as I finally got my Vr6 installed. Really, it was only 5 wires to hook up and the motor fired up from the key! Buy with confidence. Well worth the money.
      68 Gts - 11.39 @ 118 Full street car.

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      11-30-2015 08:54 AM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by nick440 View Post
      Wanted to leave a reply for potential future buyers:

      This is a great product. I just finally got to put it to use today as I finally got my Vr6 installed. Really, it was only 5 wires to hook up and the motor fired up from the key! Buy with confidence. Well worth the money.
      AWESOME, thanks for the comment!!
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      01-03-2016 02:22 PM #30
      wait so what you're telling me is i don't even need to touch the oem ecu in the mk1? how do you get the gauges and the starter to work?

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      01-03-2016 02:47 PM #31
      I'm confused. On a CE2 for example, what do you plug into the fuse box? You remove the 3 white/clear connectors for the engine harness and then you don't put anything back in its place?

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      01-03-2016 09:06 PM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by jaysvw View Post
      I'm confused. On a CE2 for example, what do you plug into the fuse box? You remove the 3 white/clear connectors for the engine harness and then you don't put anything back in its place?

      Nothing goes to the fuse box. It's 100% stand-alone.. I removed all the engine wiring that goes to the ECU/ICM/ main disconnect that is under the rain tray. I never touched the fuse box.
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      01-04-2016 09:10 AM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by nick440 View Post
      Nothing goes to the fuse box. It's 100% stand-alone.. I removed all the engine wiring that goes to the ECU/ICM/ main disconnect that is under the rain tray. I never touched the fuse box.
      right. everything you need is in our harness. never touch the fuse box, gauges work. just follow easy instructions you get with the harness
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      01-06-2016 12:50 PM #34
      when u say vr6, do that apply to 3.2 factory ecu cars as well?

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      01-06-2016 01:03 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by RDIRTYTOO View Post
      when u say vr6, do that apply to 3.2 factory ecu cars as well?
      no. obd2 mk3 aaa VR6 2.8L 12v only
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      02-12-2016 10:24 PM #36
      For a MK2, does the fuel pump trigger wire get spliced into the stock trigger wire on the stock MK2 relay panel? And where exactly does the battery + wire come from, on my stock ABA harness I bought, one of the battery + wires goes right to the relay panel, one is a ground wire, and one was cut, and there's no inline fuse.

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      02-13-2016 10:54 AM #37
      is it our NLS harness? did you buy it from us or used?

      mk2, yes the trigger wire from OUR harness goes to the stock mk2 pump trigger wire
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      02-13-2016 01:17 PM #38
      This harness is awesome! I don't even have a MK2 or VR6 but have always dreamed of a VR swapped mk2... I might have to buy one just to hoard for a my MK2 build someday

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      02-13-2016 02:38 PM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by nothing-leaves-stock View Post
      is it our NLS harness? did you buy it from us or used?

      mk2, yes the trigger wire from OUR harness goes to the stock mk2 pump trigger wire
      I bought it used. Any way you could tell me how to wire in a new battery + and - cable? I can't afford a new harness at the moment and I think the idiot I bought it from really messed it up. Along with the inline relay, he tried wiring it directly to his relay panel so that's gone too.
      Last edited by itsnot_emkaytwo; 02-13-2016 at 03:47 PM.

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      03-20-2017 08:38 PM #40
      I am looking for a obd2 vr6 harness for the mk2 my son and I are building. It's going to be ce2 car and has an manual trans. Is this something you offer?

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      03-21-2017 12:37 AM #41
      curious as well, I've looked on your site and don't see any harnesses anymore ?

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