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Default Meth FSB wiring double check (S55) - 02-17-2017, 09:24 AM

Hi guys, I got a meth kit from a friend and want to double check the wiring. I've included the 3 pics/questions.

pic1 - solenoid ground to green wire. Solenoid power to red power on the FSB. Short red wire to the pump. Correct? Also, should I upgrade the solenoid to the one that has the brass fittings rather than the compression ones?



pic2
Orage wire will go into spot 3
Blue wire into spot 14
These are bare wires...so will they push into the AMP connector without some sort of connector pin? I want to make sure they properly connect.



pic3
Is this the primary power wire that should be connected to an empty fuse spot? I'm not sure what that blue connector (on the black wire) is? If it is the primary power wire, can I use an "add a fuse" connector rather than shoving this thing into the fuse slot? If this is the primary power wire, I'll defnitely change the black to red for easier identification.




Some double check help is kindly appreciated
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Default 02-18-2017, 08:10 AM

Here's a sketch diagram
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Default 02-18-2017, 08:12 AM

Also, you can get the proper pins at Radio Shack to mount in your wiring harness.
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Also, you can get the proper pins at Radio Shack to mount in your wiring harness.

Thanks John! Much appreciated. Looks like it's wired up fine and I just need to clean up the wires and the the pins.
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Default 02-19-2017, 09:22 AM

No problem. At radio shack, look for D 9 pins, or serial plugs... should get you in the right area (usually a drawer).

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I'd replace that old solenoid for a new style with compression fittings and a filter.

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