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    Loose wire near dump valve??

    Hey guys, as title states found a loose wire randomly when i was checking the area near the dump valve. Traced it back to one of the injectors but will let the pics do the explaining:







    Anyone know what its for please?

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    no idea, but looks like youve got a load of pipework you dont need. get the n249 delete done to tidy it up abit.

    just checked mine and i have no loose wire coming out of the injector rail area. where did you find it? not secured to the heat protection i guess?
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    That looks like a wire tapped off the injector to use the injector pulse for rpm on a boost controller or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3featesV9 View Post
    no idea, but looks like youve got a load of pipework you dont need. get the n249 delete done to tidy it up abit.

    just checked mine and i have no loose wire coming out of the injector rail area. where did you find it? not secured to the heat protection i guess?
    Just a wire going to nothing mate, gonna do the n249 bypass when the weather picks up for sure

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    I'd imagine tuffty is correct.
    MODS - Custom Code phase 1, 007p DV, various powerflex bushes, EBC grooved and drilled - red stuff pads, N249 deletion. Badger5 V2 80mm TIP. Scorpion backbox + custom centre section, LCR front splitter, Jetex Fr-08001, R32 rear ARB, Forged IE rifle drilled rods, 20mm rear & 15mm front spacers.

    TO DO - Coilovers, adjustable tie arms, DP/mani/decat, FMIC and new remap


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    Quote Originally Posted by S3featesV9 View Post
    I'd imagine tuffty is correct.
    lol, yeah so would i
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