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RE: Removing a type III engine



the big thing from the computer plugs into the FI wiring harness, not he
car wiring harness.  The only contacts you shouls have to the rest of
the car should be;

a wire to terminal 50 on the starter

2 wires to the pump relay under the dash

another wire to the relay unser the back seat.

I think thats it-  and those are those wierd pull off
can't-get-em-back-in connectors.  youll see.

check out the FI wiring harness diagram that came around this morning on
the list.  it will show all.

To Anyone who's going to repond to Doug:  please make it public!! I have
to do this in a few  weeks!

-rj

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Douglas_Brashear@mail.amsinc.com
> [SMTP:Douglas_Brashear@mail.amsinc.com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, June 10, 1998 12:12 PM
> To:	type3@vwtype3.org
> Cc:	cchubb@codegurus.com
> Subject:	Removing a type III engine
> 
> Hello all,
> 
> Tomorrow I'll most likely be removing a type III engine (with FI),
> which
> will be transplanted into my car at some point.  I've removed type I
> engines before with little or no problems, but I'm wondering what else
> I
> must be concerned with when removing this animal.  I understand that
> the
> type I engines don't have the rear hanging bracket that the type IIIs
> have,
> so I'd need to deal with that...anything else?
> 
> I'll also be removing the FI computer, and the wiring harness that
> goes
> from the computer to the engine.  Does the large, multi-pin plug
> connect
> the main harness to the computer, or the computer to the engine
> harness?
> Basically I'm wondering if I can just unplug the computer from the
> harness
> and remove the rear wiring plus the computer, or if I'll have to cut
> wires.
> 
> Many many thanks in advance!  I know some people hate answering
> questions
> that could be answered by any of the various repair manuals available,
> but
> I haven't had a chance to get Bentley yet for this car (69 square).
> You'll
> be happy to know that all my spare cash has been spent fixing her up,
> making her water-tight, replacing worn out rubber, etc. etc. etc.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> -Doug
> 69 auto FI squareback
> 73 FI fastback
> douglas_brashear@mail.amsinc.com
> 


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