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    Where is the ecu normaly mounted ? This don't look right to me just dangling around the engine bay
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    Bolted under the dash on driver's side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sceptre View Post
    Bolted under the dash on driver's side.
    Is the e36 loom long enough to reach in under dash .

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    just about if you mount it at 90 degrees
    M42 RIGHTNESS.
    Past 6500rpm, nobody can hear you scream.

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    Cheers lads . Proplem is the hole where the ecu loom goes in has a loom already ran in there I bought this car with conversion done . It's rough enough rad and everything else held on with cable ties . Hope no one on here done it .

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    If you plug out the ecu you should be able make enough room to get it in behind the dash and plug it back in the again, that's where I put mine behind the glove box


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