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    Turbo timers

    I bought a blitz turbo timer and lost the distructions could anyone help me?

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    one wire goes to live, one to ignition, don't connect up the accessory wire as you won't be able to lock the car and possible a handbrake wore and earth

    Sorry can't really help you out on wire colours though

    what colours do you have?
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    On one loom i have a white orange and purple. On the other loom there is a conector block with a green a blue and a red. Also two black wires on there own

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    :?

    Not sure at all about the first loom but then 2nd one you will have to connect the red the the 12v+ on the ignition barrell and then I seem to remember the green the Ignition live while cranking at the barrel and disreguard the blue wire.

    2 black wires to earth

    Come to think of it the purple MAY be a handbrake wire which you could just connect to earth aswell

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    heres some help with the ignition wires mate



    connect to the live (red) wire on the timer to the thick black wire entering the ignition barrel, left on the photo

    connect the timed output wire (green) to the first thick black wire working anticlockwise the other one with insulation stripped off in the photo

    leave the blue timer wire as this would connect to the red wire in the photo, but then you can't lock the doors :roll: as i found out

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    the handbrake wire is quite easy to access, just pop up the cover under the handbrake where the diagnostic socket is, sqeeze and take out the hbrake gaiter.

    think its a grey wire?? you'll see it anyway. there is also a handy earth point you can use there for the 2 black wires that Andy mentioned

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    There are two variations to the wiring, as post 2002 cars can lock when the accessory wire is connected. There will be How-To with photos appearing soon

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