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Author: Subject: MK Indy R brought as half built
Bjnz89

posted on 14/6/19 at 08:17 PM Reply With Quote
MK Indy R brought as half built

Hi all,

Not long had my Indy, I picked it up as a half built project and I am going over everything to make sure all is well, I must say the previous work done is of a fairly decent standard so I am hopeful this will be a great little machine.

So the issue I am currently running into is with the electrics, with auto electronics not being a strong point I have managed to figure what I have and whatís going where,

What I have is a 2l Zetec blacktop, Omex 600 ECU, ETB Digidash lite 2 and the main loom which I need to get working together.

So I have the main loom in and everything goes to the relays/fuses needed and then to two black multi pin plugs, Iíve got the ecu connected to the engine other then the oil and water temp as Im not sure where they go, does any body know how I connect everything together?

Would be very appreciated if somebody could point me in the right direction.

Thanks

Ben

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40inches

posted on 14/6/19 at 08:35 PM Reply With Quote
Hi Ben,and welcome
Do you mean the actual connections or what goes where?
Put your location in your settings, someone who is close to you may be able to have a look.

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Bjnz89

posted on 14/6/19 at 09:29 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks 40inches, Iíve altered the location now so if someone is around that would be great.

I just need to know if I connect the dash,auxiliaries straight into the the other side of the main loom plugs (after relays and fuses) really? Donít want to be shorting anything out or breaking it before I even start.

Thanks

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Bjnz89

posted on 22/6/19 at 06:43 PM Reply With Quote
Anybody?
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CosKev3

posted on 22/6/19 at 10:55 PM Reply With Quote
Are you on Facebook?

Search for the MK groups on there

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Bjnz89

posted on 23/6/19 at 08:01 AM Reply With Quote
Hi coskev3

I am already a member to that group but Iím just to the greatest Facebook fan, do you think I would have more luck on there then?

Thanks

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CosKev3

posted on 23/6/19 at 08:15 AM Reply With Quote
Yeah for sure m8

Also MK themselves have a Facebook page

I'm not a fan of Facebook either,but these days for car related stuff you miss out on loads if you dont have it!

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Bjnz89

posted on 23/6/19 at 09:32 AM Reply With Quote
Brilliant Iíll have a go on there then if I must,

Well MK are literally about 5mins from my house but I donít want to keep bothering the guys down there (very nice bunch) if I can get an answer fairly easily online to what what I assume is probably an easy task.

Thanks again
Ben

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