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Wiring Harness Questions and Mailing Instructions

 

 

Planning on sending us your harness or ECU? Take a quick glance over this page, making sure that you have everything sent to us at the same time, to help expedite your order.

Please fill out our Mail In Request Form.   Mail the package with the form inside, to the address listed on the form..

What type of harness do I have?

Most pre 1999.5 engines

  • Engine Control Unit (ECU). (Most mk3)
  • mk3ecu
  • Harness from Engine to ECU.
  • mk3harness
  • Accelerator Pedal connector with at least 10 cm of wire. (TDI ONLY)
  • mk3mk4 pedal (Left: Mk3; Right Mk4)
  • If you want to convert to a mk4 style pedal for your mk3 TDI just let us know, its easier to get replacement pedals, and we have a bolt in bracket from your MK4 to MK1 accelerator pedal.
  • mk1DBW1

 

Engine Control Unit Engine harness Accelerator pedal plug (MK3 style)

mk3tdiplug

 

If you are missing some of these items, no problem! We usually can supply them to you at a reasonable cost.

 

Most post 1999.5 engines

  • Engine Control Unit (ECU)
  • mk4 ecu
  • Large connector ECU Harness, has 4 or 5 colored plugs to rain tray plenum, (or under the beetle dash cap)
  • mk4body harness mk4bodyharness2
  • Small connector ECU Harness has the majority of the connections to the engine.
  • mk4engineharness
  • Glow Plug Relay (TDI Swaps only) with it’s base and at least 6″ of wire. (pictured is an 02-up, pre-02 is under the dash)
  • 02up glow plug relay
  • Accelerator Pedal connector with at least 6″ of wire. (pictured on the left is the mk3 connector, Right is the mk4 connector)
  • mk3 mk4 pedal harness

If you are missing some of these items, no problem! We usually can supply them to you at a reasonable cost.

Other parts you will need You will need these parts to complete your installation. However, we don’t need them to work on your wire harness, so please don’t send these parts to us, unless you just enjoy paying for shipping costs..

  • Accelerator pedal (mk4 on the right, mk3 on the left)
  • mk3mk4 pedal
  • Turbo control valve (N75) (gas 1.8t on left, TDI on right)
  • gasn75 tdin75
  • EGR control valve (N18) *
  • tdi egr tdi egr asv
  • Intake Manifold Flap Valve  *
  • tdi asv
  • Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor
  • tdimap
  • Intercooler
  • tdiintercooler
  • Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor *
  • tdimaf

 

 

* To make your installation process simpler for you, we can delete these items from your harness. However check local laws before doing so as you may not be able to pass certain emission tests.

 

How to remove your harness – 

 

 

How to correctly send us your wire harness

 

The fastest and cheapest way to send a wire harness is with the Post Office. If you live outside of the USA, you will more than likely have to fill out a customs declaration form, this process is quite simple! An important note: you are not selling us these parts, rather you are sending them for repair and to be returned! So when filling out the form simply write: Automotive wire harness sent for repair, no commercial value. In the value field, put one dollar. In the insurance field, insure it for whatever amount you feel comfortable with.

To help us plan our time around the arrival of your harness please forward the tracking information to our email.

If you insist on sending with a courier such as UPS / Fed­Ex you will be 100% responsible for all fees incurred.

What happens when the harness gets here?

Before starting the harness we will email you to ensure both parties are on the same page. If there are any missing parts or concerns that we may have with the harness, this will be discussed before any work commences. The harness will be sent back and labeled as a “repaired automotive wire harness.” Again, if you have any questions or concerns, please let us know!

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Black Friday Sales!

BLACK FRIDAY SALES SCHEDULE

Sitewide we are having a 10 percent off sale, when  you go to checkout, use the code turkeycoma – any current sales will still be active and your discount will be off your CART total, not off one specific product or category. (shipping is obviously not part of your cart total, nor are applicable taxes for TN residents)

 

Solowerks is offering a MAIL IN rebate on top of our discount, starting the 21st of November through the month of December (our discount sale only goes until the 1st of DEC, if you want the discount and the rebate you need to order before our sale ends) Once you purchase and receive your coilovers, print your receipt and mail it in with a form included in your shipping box to Solowerks and they will cut you a check for 50.00 (25 on caddy kits)

 

 

Malone Tuning is offering 10 percent off all tunes during our promotion!

 

Tower shifters and cables are included in this sale!! Powdercoating will take a few extra days with the holidays so keep that in mind!

 

Check out the products! 

 

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Unleash the Beast! UnitedMotorsports is Here!

That’s right, S&P is now a United Motorsports Tuner, send us your timid, stock ecu and have it returned a beast in a box!  Pricing will be the same as if you went to UM directly, (no labor up charges or fees).

 

SPsolid unitedmotors

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Video review of the MK1 02a 02j hardware kits

Ryan at VWDiesel.net was kind enough to do a review on our products..

Check it out!!!

 

Looking forward to your build notes and video Ryan!

 

 

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24 Karat, a healthy heart hidden by pure VW gold.

Sometimes people just need to get back to the basics, or at least appear like they are. With alot of the automotive enthusiasts leaning toward how their car “sits”, going as far as making sure the angle of their stretch matches the curve of their freshly rolled fender. All of that just to have a speed bump ruin their day, or burn their tires off on the fender lip instead of the asphalt, it seems like alot of time wasted on something that didn’t make it anymore fun to drive (for me).

So I set out to build something that looked unassuming to most people. There have been plenty of mk2 VR6 swaps, in fact there is an entire forum community dedicated to it. However, 99% of the swaps you see, are the 12v version from a 93-99 MK3/passat or corrado. The 2.8 BDF motor was a great improvement to its slightly older, yet less refined brother, the AAA, (which was renamed the AFP for the mk4 generation even though the internals are the same). The BDF also MAY be the little brother to the R32 motor, but it is no slouch by any means. (I think the R motor is on PEDs anyway) ..

I was able to reuse and refresh the factory tweed interior, found a few missing early westy parts, even scored a set of low bolster tweed Recaros. A set of Ronals holds the car to the ground while providing the “This car may still have an 8v in it look” that I was looking for.
Interior

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I will have to admit, I like to make sure the car looks good, there are alot of painted or color matched parts on this car, but there is no avoiding corners, bumps or dips in fear of my tires colliding with my fenders. I intend to drive this car, and enjoy every corner, straightaway and chicane (within the posted speed limits of course).

In closing, I could not be happier with this car, the way it drives or the way it looks, you can have a good looking car that can also enjoy a mountain drive. Put the PS3 controller down and go for a drive. Any day driving your project or creation is better than anything sony can simulate.