I decided to finish the wiring project I put on hold since fall, it basically It consists of replacing the dash harness I swapped in back in 07. While it was functionally fine initially, adding a few things to it since made it a little hacked, plus my wiring/loom skills weren't quite as refined when I originally wired it for the 97 cluster(which I no longer will be or be able to use) so I decided to redo the next harness with every conceivable factory feature I wanted by the book(or EVTM
Thanks again to Rob (rmfk13) for supplying the stock harness!
So to start I added the following:
-Circuits for illuminated cruise buttons as well as the pigtail for the mark VIII clockspring
-Starter interrupt relay, ignition tamper sensor and misc circuits for factory alarm
-Clutch position switch (3 circuits; starter interrupt, cruise interrupt, and PCM reference). These will be jumped as long as an auto is in the car.
-96/7 electronic cruise control
-SC Handbrake light
-SC auto ride control
-Epoxy painted dash frame, I just had to lol
Heres the harness bare
The circuits that are out are for cruise, I basically used the individual curcuits going to the stock servo and tied them into the individual inputs and junctions. This way I can just plug and play a jumper harness for the 96/7 servo/amplifier under the fender.
I also had to add a 96/7 electronic brake pedal travel switch as well as the pedal bracket...
Painted black of course
This is C217, it goes to the ABS sensor/EVO module on LX/XR7s, on SCs it goes to the ARC module, handbrake sensor and foglight switch. As you can see, there aren't any unused terminals anymore.
Almost fully bundled up...
I pretty much reversed the factory tape sequence, it's hard to explain but you start in, work out, and work back in until you reach the end of the harness portion you are wrapping. Keeps things nice and tight as well as organized. All the clips are held on with friction tape, another thing used OEM.