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Male: We are quickly running over the wiring set up on this and then let’s see what we got from then over this. We’ve kind of side the control module to the fuel housing bracket for the moment before that gets so fixed on properly. I’ve bought some 30 end connectors, they’re similar to spike connectors but you solder the ends on, push him through this blocks and in this blocks—wait a minute, where’s it go? The blocks pushed together, so you can make a nice little mouth you plug out of it and make it look really small when you finish it.
So all the connections are got to be soldered as usual for strength and mind the point like on the car. Let us solder it to transfer the heat, beautiful one.
Male: It’s almost looks like we’ve done this before Phil.
Male: It might look on how long did it? Take the same tape. You’re bright putting your fingers on the ground soldering. I feel good you pocket here after I finish laughing. How come that you get to that one there? More drains on that one yet.
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Male: Is that one? So the air filter is where it was and he it touch me Phil. Oh carefully acclaimed, you’ve got it in position? I’ll stand here and hold this for the next 10 minutes while we’re cool down.
Male: Yeah, fit me all right now.
Male: So this is the air plate, we’re going to bolt it to the body work, we’ve a post in there and we’ll clean the out from there and you say you got to enable the camera? That’s going to be a play for the unit. We got to fit two fuses here which according to the instructions, we have a fuse feed into the module and also a fused feed out of the module into the cells so that I suppose you find a wire strikes through. You popped the fuse raveled in the unit. So that’s pretty much that and we’re going to connect it up when they’ve cool down with one of those connectors. And I’ve put red to go through red, like that black to black, blue to blue and yellow to yellow so there will be a difference and it can’t be got in the wrong order.
And what we have to get to done is enough parts to run from the flashback or rest there into unit manifold so you have to get a bit for tomorrow.
Male: Also I fill one under the deck sir. That screw it leaves that as well.
Male: Yes somewhere I put it in to that manifold so we’ll have to a looking to that as well and this little wire here needs to be accessory fatal switch so we can turn the gas on and off from inside the car when we want.
Male: That will run the wire as well as the unit.
Male: Oh yes you’re right we got to over a relay into the left side of it so that gets wider and darker on that flat. So well connect out what we’ve got and we’ll come back and cover the last couple of details.
Male: Before we start to think about that and put them back together.
Male: Well I’ve put the connectors on this and mine fate was so you can see how these go together nicely, clip lovely and that one goes clip lovely, they wasn’t quite stiff, and we’ll be putting some paper towels around them to make sure that they’re kept well where I want them. Probably hook them together as well. Then we’ll switch feed into the post fit for modulator. I’ll put some solder and some new brass connections and I bought some multi plugs. These are only single wire connections and it cost not because you solder your connections on to the wire and then you have to guide it that way.
Okay on any connection you go don’t clip jump on and freshen a bit of wire in there, seeing that they blend in. I’m not sure what that matters why that goes in because we have to go to and that one guides there.
Rightfully and that will all meet just going and I will just put the inside flashing light and that suppose to get in there and all any light flashing machine properly, this little one, this will paste it in that and it goes ot a switch so you can switch on and off from inside the car and we do it properly about and we have to fit the wire underneath the back end and in the second we’ll show were it’s fitted for the bulk head to get you into the car and I hope that goes on the switch.
We got some more pot to connect those on here and going to tap the hole into the mini fold so you can put it into the gas so and you try to waste there.