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Posted: Sat Aug 26, 2006 5:53 pm 
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Posted: Sat Aug 26, 2006 11:08 pm 
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those two plugs are on the cars harness still mate. ones rectangle which has 8 pins in it right, this goes to the box as well (i had to modify my harness with a loop back into the loom so it would start)

what you have to do is find which wire colour on your round plug is the trans temp sender wires. what i did was to use the auto box loom and the haynes manual to find out what wires were what. f**k pain in the a*** but the fans run properly now. unfortunatley i havent stuck the resistor on the trans gear position thing, so what i did was just bridge that one so it would still start. sometimes it idles at around 1100rpm, but i can live with that :)

 

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kizzer wrote:
anyone?

you dont put them where the plug goes into the auto follow it up to the back of the engine near where you pluged the rectangular one in there is another join which is round this is where you place the resistors

 

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