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graham January 16th 2012 03:45

1303 subaru re wire ?
 
I want to re wire my car,I will be fitting a new subaru engine this year and Richard of Rjes subaru/conversion products has advised that I send him the loom from my donor vehicle and he will modoify it.My question is re the rest of the wiring ie lighting etc.I would like to fit a later fuse box like the one from Watsons streetworks but I dont want to buy their complete kit as some of it will go to waste.Any help suggestions appreciated.

Thanks Graham

ricola January 16th 2012 14:37

I just went with a generic bank of blade fuses and relay holders, ends up being exactly what you want then! Problem with using Watsons etc for us is the different lighting requirements they have in the states and wrong hand drive...

graham January 17th 2012 03:38

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Originally Posted by ricola (Post 82894)
I just went with a generic bank of blade fuses and relay holders, ends up being exactly what you want then! Problem with using Watsons etc for us is the different lighting requirements they have in the states and wrong hand drive...

Top man Ricola as always great advice,

thanks Graham

jmd March 5th 2013 11:31

I personally am just using the entire stock harness out of the STI for my build, I am also leveraging all on-board systems accept ABS and Airbags. This gives me updated harness, fuseblock and gauge cluster integration. I'll be using the factory ECU / Immobilizer / steering column, ignition etc. This lets me just edit and extend a few different aspects of the harness, which really isn't too hard to do. just trace from the pin to the fuse block and work your way through it.


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