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My boss set me on fire!?!
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1JZ in Car.. WITH Picts.. Few questions.

Well the motor is in the car. I have the harness extended, dash wiring done. But I a few issues..

There is a 4 pin connector that comes up by the starter. I dont know if I am missing a sensor or something but it is a 4 pin square connector, grey.

The seperate loom with 3 connectors on it. One long two row black connector, a grey multi pin connector, and a smaller black connector. I figure these went to the fuse boxes and such. I can not find a wiring schematic for this... Any tips.

I have been told the A/C plugs into the wiring harness on the body. This is a 92. I have the 1jz compressor, with the 7m top on it. Lines hooked up fine...

Thanks..

Car should be running by the end of this week.

Danny

Computer is acting up. Will add picts after I reset it. Damn Windows.....
 

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There is a 4 pin connector that comes up by the starter. I dont know if I am missing a sensor or something but it is a 4 pin square connector, grey.
I think that connects to the AC compressor
 

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My boss set me on fire!?!
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I got a 1/8 bsp to -4 adapter. From there I got a -4 90* to -4 straight braided line about 12" long. From there I got a T that accepts the line, takes the factory sensor, and takes a aftermarket sensor.


BTW that is not the A/C Plug. It is much smaller, and too far back. I have the AC plug already connected.


What about the other Fuse box connectors... what do I need to do to hook those up.

Thanks

Danny
 

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for the oil-pressure gauge,i used the upper part of the front brakeline off my clip.threads right into the block,7m pressure sensor screws into it.it takes about 5 minutes to hook up.you guys don't have to call me cheap.i just try to use what i have.
keith
 
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