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I attached a picture of what i dont understand. I understand the top four parts on the switch but are the bottom ones ground wires?

also, what should i look for when buying a switch?
 

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yeah i did it at the ecu too, much simpler, although i soon took it out cause i absolutely hated ttc with my auto haha
 

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yeah its very easy to disconnect, just loosen a bolt with a 10 or 12 mm ratchet, dont remember, do that and disconnect the battery and then get to work :)
 

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i understand that but do i nee to disconnect it for a reason? do i keep it disconnected? or is it for some safety reason or soething i dont understand the meaning of disconnectingit. Thanks again for puting up with my retardness

Mike
 

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once the battery is disconnected i dont think removing the harness provides any additional safety, but it does give you more play in the wires and more room to work with since there isnt that much when the harness is in. Its very easy to disconnect and when you reconnect just make sure you get it all the way in and tighten it hard cause if its loose the car wont start
 

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How big of a difference will i be able to feel? I did this and i cant feel a difference aso im thinking i did it wrong. I cut the two wires in half, extened each end into the switch and grounded it. I believe thats all i have to do?

Mike
 

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In TTC mode the car has more lag, almost feels like the #1 turbo is missing. If you have a boost gauge you will notice that there won't be any boost until ~3000 RPMs? Anyway I attached another diagram for you to look at. Maybe your ground is bad, might want to check that.


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How big of a difference will i be able to feel? I did this and i cant feel a difference aso im thinking i did it wrong. I cut the two wires in half, extened each end into the switch and grounded it. I believe thats all i have to do?

Mike
 

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Grounding is simple. Take off the kick panel and find an exisiting ground screwed into the frame. Unscrew that and add your new ground to it and there ya go. :) Hope this helps.

-Mike
 
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