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Sorry if this question has been asked before but does anyone know if my 1993 Uk model needs a wiring harness to fit a turbo timer? I was looking at this particular one

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Turbo-Timer-Nissan-200SX-100NX-300ZX-Skyline-Datsun_W0QQitemZ280028414174QQihZ018QQcategoryZ72205QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

 

Any advice you can give would be appreciated

 

Cheers

 

Sean

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you would need to intergrate it into the cars wiring loom, Greddy hasa harness that just clips in between the ignition wiring so there is no messing about, not sure about that one, the harness costs about £15 IIRC, might be worth spending the extra and getting a greddy or Blitz timer, at least then you dont have to chop the cars wiring loom about.

 

HTH

 

Neil

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Guest sean_capri3.0s

thanx m8 i've had a look and the greddy ones are not much more and you get loads more functions! Thanx for your help i'll bidding on one very shortly!

 

Cheers

 

Sean

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I have a Turbo Timer complete with ALL wiring. Just plug it in and your away!

Removed from a 1994 LWB TT Manual.

It is the concealed type. You set the two different times, long and short on the unit. This is then fixed behind the dash.

The neat thing is there is a switch that goes in the dash that you then simply switch for short or long turbo timer running.

£45, Pics below

TurboTimer.jpg TurboTimer2.jpg TurboTimerSwitch.jpg

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