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removing a porsche harness

Post  vundba on Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:51 am

I've seen articles stating that the LT1 is a stand alone harness and that I can remove all of the Porsche harness but my biggest fear is how and where do I do this.I don't just want to take a big pair
of shears and hack it off only to find out that there was this one wire that I needed.Do I just remove everything from the back of the fuse panel ?


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Re: removing a porsche harness

Post  948 on Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:10 am

affraid Don't cut anything! Everything will un-plug or un-bolt. The engine harness and ECU can be sold once removed.
Have you read the FAQ section?
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Re: removing a porsche harness

Post  gt1scca on Sat Sep 12, 2009 1:15 pm

Keep ~ 18" or so of the harness coming from the 14-pin plug (behind the brake booster), and the firewall grommet near the battery (where the harness goes to the DME).

You can still sell the injector harness...they get burned, cut, etc., so they still sell on ebay.
The FW grommet and 14-pin wiring will make things a lot easier on you.

If you want to sell the complete harness & DME, you could mold your own seal for the firewall, and hardwire the LT harness in @ the 14-pin plug.

(FAQ needs editing...)


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