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  1. platez808
    02-18-2013 04:19 PM
    Hey I replied to your post on my "low vacuum" thread. Can you please take a look at it? Or can also do PMs or keep contact through this. Thanks ahead of time
  2. WaWa
    10-07-2011 11:17 AM
    damn you got a 180sx?! send some pics
  3. J90lude
    06-11-2009 02:03 PM
    Sorry for the confusion haha but Im good now. I have the coupe btw!!
  4. cotbu
    06-10-2009 10:28 AM
    In the hatch or trunk area, is were I wire relays and the fuses, you could add a weather resistant junction box there. I admit you got me confused so I'm going to say no, you don't have to wire anything else up to that. But you could if you wanted to, like an aftermarket fuel gauge or whatever.
  5. J90lude
    06-09-2009 09:52 PM
    Ok!! I got cha now, but as for the wiring goes, the other harness that connects to the fuel pump harness, do I need to wire anything up with that too??
  6. cotbu
    06-09-2009 07:57 PM
    No you don't have to take the fuel pump out! If you have the FSM, basically you're just wiring in a relay for the pump with a new 12v hot source. Don't worry to much about the colors, find out what the wires do. The fuel pump works with power and ground period. The new relay trigger will be the old fuel pump power (via a jumper wire if you choose). all you have to do is add the 12v source. which is a direct line to the battery positive post add a 25 or 30amp fuse inline.
  7. J90lude
    06-09-2009 04:45 PM
    Ayo I have a quick question about fuel pump hotwire. When you meant that the black/blue wire connects to the harness and the other black/blue wire connecs to the pump assembly, does that mean I have to take the fuel pump out or some sort??
    Im still a 240 noob btw haha

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