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      The low voltage wiring is just about done! Only have brake and reverse light relays and D, N, and R switches left to wire in. I decided to move the Resolve-EV VCU to behind the glovebox where the stock ECU is mounted because it will be cleaner and shorter wiring. I was able to slightly modify the ECU brackets to hold the VCU, nice!





      Ran wiring through the factory engine harness grommet.



      Left the stock diagnosis box for resetting airbags etc.



      Throttle harness, OLED, harness, and OBD harness and grounds all ready to hook up.



      Used a small fuse/relay box to power my EV circuits (https://amzn.to/3nRI39B)

      It powers the Inverter relay/BMS, Resolve-EV 12v, and my accessory pumps; vacuum pump, power steering, and transfer-case cooler. I have two free relays for big lights or something like that.



      Tested the chassis 12v system again and all is working. 12v system is now DONE! All low voltage wiring under the hood is DONE!

       
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      The low voltage wiring is just about done! Only have brake and reverse light relays and D, N, and R switches left to wire in. I decided to move the Resolve-EV VCU to behind the glovebox where the stock ECU is mounted because it will be cleaner and shorter wiring. I was able to slightly modify the ECU brackets to hold the VCU, nice!





      Ran wiring through the factory engine harness grommet.



      Left the stock diagnosis box for resetting airbags etc.



      Throttle harness, OLED, harness, and OBD harness and grounds all ready to hook up.



      Used a small fuse/relay box to power my EV circuits (https://amzn.to/3nRI39B)

      It powers the Inverter relay/BMS, Resolve-EV 12v, and my accessory pumps; vacuum pump, power steering, and transfer-case cooler. I have two free relays for big lights or something like that.



      Tested the chassis 12v system again and all is working. 12v system is now DONE! All low voltage wiring under the hood is DONE!

      You need about 50 to 80amp fuse for the power steering. That box may Chernobyl when you go full lock.
       

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