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I've been researching the E6x standalone........and I'm still confused on the difference b/t the flying lead wiring loom and a terminated harness for the Haltech E6x . This is going to be a self-install and any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

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if it is going to be self-installed, use the terminated harness.

Flying loom means you'll have to add the plugs for the sensors and what not... AIT sensor and the coolant temp. sensor. etc..


I went to toyomoto on thursday and bought an E6x with the terminated harness...
 

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I say do the flying lead.
I think it comes with the plugs. You just crimp and solder them yourself. It's in my tutorial.

Terminated is generic so the harness is a predetermined length.
What if your MAP sensor is only 1 foot away from the main wire stalk? Now you've got 4 feet of wire to hide.
 

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I want it to be as clean as possible....... exposed wiring might seem as if the install was a hack job. Also dealing with a pre-determine length might suck if the wires are not long enough? I checked a few online Haltech dealers, and found E6x Terminated Harness for a straight six<< would this allow me position and place all the wiring and harnesses with enough length...anymore advice is awesome!!

SS, can link me to your E6x tutorial....thanks
 

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tunedis300 said:
SS, can link me to your E6x tutorial....thanks
I think you're probably old enough to search for it.
 
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