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    I finished installing my Blitz FATT DC2 on my '04 WRX. I'm not going to go into the details on how to install it. There are many threads here that show how to do it.

    Here is the thing. The GRAY wire that's supposed to be next to the ebrake.....it's not there or anywhere. There was supposed to be a security module next to the ebrake, but I never found it. The other thing is that the PINK or PURPLE single wire that runs to the ebrake, it's not PINK or PURPLE, it's actually LIGHT GREEN. Splice into that one and your engine will shut down when the ebrake is released and the turbo timer is running.

    One more thing, if you want to install a turbo timer, don't be cheap and get the harness. It makes life soo much easier.
    Good luck!

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    i also had a light green wire on my 03 sedan.
    did you harness have a white wire that you hooked up to something?
    mine does and i havent been able to get a positive answer about what to do with it... (i also had 2 grounds on the harness)

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    I had a white wire too. Don't know what to do with it. I also had 2 ground wires. I grounded them to the same screw. Everything works well.
    The only thing is that my car has the optional boost gauge behind the steering wheel. The turbo timer also has a turbo gauge. I don't know if I can run 2 turbo gauges at the same time. Anybody have any ideas?
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    You can run two boost gauges and they will still be accurate. Get a T-connector and split the vacuum line where your stock boost gauge is connected.
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for the tip. I installed it where the boost gauge is at and it works fine. Thanks again!

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