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This is a discussion on HELP! Blitz FATT DC III within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Ok I installed the TT in my 02 WRX and the eltronics start up but when i try to actually ...

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    HELP! Blitz FATT DC III

    Ok I installed the TT in my 02 WRX and the eltronics start up but when i try to actually start the car it wont turn on but the electronics flicker and restart. So can anyone help me with this.
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    bump Need Help cant drive anywhere.
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    what harness did you use?

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    this one, the problem was a blown fuse so i removed the turbo timer and put the fuse back in and am still wanting to install it.
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    i used the hks harness and ive had my tt installed for over 7000 miles...weird how you have a problem
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    I have no idea why this flippen thing doesnt work, maybe me havin a 4EAT? but i've got friends with 4EAT's and theres works.
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    do you mayb have the connectors switched
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    no, i've checked many of times and the connections are correct everything is grounded correctly also. Although I did have to solder the stock harness back together because I orginally tried to connect it w/o the harness and found out it was absolutly retarted. I dont think thats the problem because if i didnt solder it correctly then then the tt wouldnt get any power what so ever, and it does. If pics are needed just tell me I'm really wanting to get this done my friend is on bedrest for 2 months because of his surgery so he can't do it for me.
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    pics would def help
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    Allright pics will be up shortly im going to go dis-assemble the flippen car now.
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    Installed one

    I installed my turbo timer and by the look of your adapter that is the correct one. The only thing that I noticed on my sti is the alarm system will not activate until the car shuts of. E-mail me I have a good diagram given to me by the shop that I bought it from.

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    Sorry about the delay on the photos camera was acting werid. In picture number one is where i would plug my harness the 2 sided into those plugs. The 2nd picture is were i grounded my e-brake on the right side and 2 black U shaped things on the other. Once I did that I thought all was well then I tried to start the car I turned the key to ON and all of the electronics came on including the TT then when I turned the key to START the TT started to count down and I removed the key and after 10 seconds it was off.
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    you have to ground the ebrake wire to the ebrake/ parking brake and if you have an alarm you have to mod that too for the alarm to work
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    That's what I thought I had to do, but I didn't think I would have to because I have a 4EAT, please inform me how I should flippen mod it or give me a web-site with details and working pics.
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    -Blitz Dual EBC Spec S
    -Utec

    It's scientific fact...round house kicks are primarily made of a substance known as chucktanium.

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    take off the console that covers the ebrake, once you do that you should see a single wire under the ebrake. on my HKS TT, that connector does not have to be connected for the TT to work, I don't know about the blitz one though. Your problem seems more like maybe when you soldered the stock harness back you crossed the wires or something. double check that you soldered the correct wires together. hope this helps.

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