I paid $1200 back in the day..... now my current swap just has the whole chassis harness laid in. It has GF wagon plugs merged into it and plugs into my wagon's headlights, taillights, fuel pump. No power doors or locks. Forget those. lolz
Keep up the good work!!!
THATS hot roddin
thank you for taking the time to write this up brydon, it will be helpful to folks for yeeeeeears to come...
I shouldn't say anything yet, because I am still working out some bugs with my swap. But I did my wiring last week, without this thread and if I can do it, anyone can.
Electronics and wiring scare me so much, but my father and friends convinced me to try it. I read Brydons wiring swap thread for a 1998 to wrx swap, and followed that. I had to strip out an entire wrx chassis harness and figure out what to keep and where to splice...etc. With his help, plus others from this board, there is no reason people can't do their own wiring.(Although, I do admit, if I had plenty of extra cash, I would have sent it to iWire, just to be 100% worry free.)
But, I got my swap started today, and I just need to fix a few small things.
Swap Finished...... yeah, boost is fun. Now in California Stationed on Camp Pendleton.