A tutorial on how to install all of the wires on Satsuma.
First of all – These parts need to be installed:
-Radiator (doesn’t matter which one)
-Electrics (cables from distributor to the spark plugs)
And these need to be uninstalled:
If you are sure that everything is good, go to the next step.
Start of by unscrewing this bolt holding the starter:
Next, drive cables from battery:
Positive Terminal > Starter
Negative Terminal > Starter (Battery Ground Connector)
Positive Terminal > Main Harness Connector
(main harness connector)
And that is the end of the battery part.
Next, from Main Harness Connector:
Main Harness Connector > Ignition Coil
Main Harness Connector > Regulator
Main Harness Connector > Front Lights Connector
(under the battery)
Main Harness Connector > Radiator Fan Connector
(connector is next to the radiator fan)
And now from the Regulator, drive a cable to the Alternator
Remove the front lights, and drive a cables from Front Lights Connector:
Front Lights Connector > Left Headlight
Front Lights Connector > Right Headlight
and if you have Marker Lights from the Catalog:
Front Lights Connector > Marker Light Left
Front Lights Connector > Marker Light Right
Start by driving a cable from Main Harness Connector to Fusebox.
And from fuse box:
Fuse Box > Dash Harness Connector
Fuse Box > Ignition Switch
Fuse Box > Instrument Panel 1 and 2
Fuse Box > Radio Harness
Then, from Dash Harness Connector:
Dash Harness Connector > Wiper Switch
If you have A/F Ratio Gauge, or Extra Gauges also This:
Dash Harness Connector > A/F Ratio Gauge
Dash Harness Connector > Extra Gauges
Radio Harness > Radio
Radio Harness > Amplifier (from catalog, mounted in the trunk)
Amplifier > Speaker Left/Right
First, locate the Rear Harness Connector:
Make sure you installed rear lights, and:
Rear Harness Connector > Right Taillight
Rear Harness Connector > Left Taillight
Then drive a cable to the fuel tank/fuel pump:
And that’s it, now you can screw the battery first by screwing the + , and then the ground so you wouldn’t make any sparks and die after all of that. Then if you have all the engine parts, fuel etc. , the satsuma should start.
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