This harness allows the cam sensor used on the front of a LS2 motor to be plugged into the LS1 cam sensor connector located at the back of the intake manifold. This harness is perfect for LS2 motor conversions. Compatible with the PCM harness in LS1 Corvette and F-Body cars.
This harness allows the single-wire LS1 knock sensors located on top of the LS1 manifold to be relocated on both sides of the LS2 block and plugged into the factory LS1 PCM harness. It has the perfect added length and thermal protection required to be routed near hot exhaust manifolds. Compatible with the PCM harness in LS1 Corvette and F-Body cars.
This brand new Plug-And-Play control module installs under the hood, at the fan connector, and is designed to manually control the PWM coolant fan found on the C6, Z06 and ZR1 Corvette. When the need arises to manually cool the radiator down, this module gives you complete control of the fan with the simple flick of a switch. This kit can be installed in less then one hour, once you decide on where you want to place the control switch. This switch matches the style and look of cockpit switches used on all the C6 Corvettes.
Comes with easy to follow installation instructions.
Pictures below are of completed installation with optional mounting bracket
Installation instructions shown below...
The switch wiring can be installed easily, without the need to cut a hole in the firewall. The wiring can be fed thru the upper door jamb, driver or passenger side, and hidden under the weatherstrip door seal into the passenger compartment. The location of the switch can be anywhere desired. First, locate the fan connector on the passenger side, near the bottom of the fan shroud. Unplug the connector and insert the enclosed module into the connection being sure the connectors are fully seated. The module can simply hang there on the connectors. You can now run the switch harness from the module to the passenger compartment location where you want the switch positioned. Start by plugging the round connector into the receptacle in the module. Next, select a location for the switch. You will need to cut a 20mm hole (approximately 11/16”) into the panel you wish to insert the switch. Once you have installed the switch, run the wiring from the harness and insert the three female connectors as shown in the switch wiring detail below. Note RED wire is common, BLACK wire is High, GREEN wire is Low, and RED wire is Common +12V:
Once the switch wire connectors are attached, you are ready to go. Keep the switch in the center (O) “NORMAL” position for normal ECU fan control. Press the (I) to manually run the coolant fan on low, or the (II) to manually run it on high. Remember, manual control of the fan will make it run without the key in the ignition so be aware that you might kill your battery if left on for long periods of time. NOTE: There may be a coolant fan code set while the switch is in manual control, which will go away when switched back to normal mode.
INSTALLING THE OPTIONAL SWITCHPLATE
1. There are Torx head screws holding on the lower panel directly under the C6 steering wheel. Remove the furthest right hand screw using a Torx T15 driver. 2. Route the fan control wiring to the right hand side of the foot well to the area near the switch plate mounting area. 3. Push the round fan control switch into the switch plate through the front of the plate and rotate the switch to adjust for the appropriate switch orientation. 4. Connect the wires as per the installation instructions. 5. Insert the Torx screw through the bottom of the switch plate and tighten until plate is secure. The hole is oversized so you can move and slightly wedge the switch plate behind the vent as seen inn the picture. This will make the switch plate more rigid. 6. Test the function of the switch and plate. Tighten the screw if necessary to secure the switch plate. Two finger operation of the switch may be necessary using your thumb and index finger.
There is also an optional mounting bracket (not needed but makes installation easier)that can be ordered for easy mounting right below the steering wheel (no cutting needed to install).
Application: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 C6 Corvette
ELIMINATES "MIL" LIGHT AND ASSOCIATED CODES WHEN REPLACING FACTORY SHOCK ABSORBERS Active suspension was a great idea for the Corvette. But, when replacing leaking factory dampening shocks, you got "shocked" when you discovered that the cost of ONE factory shock could enable you to replace ALL FOUR shocks with the best aftermarket shocks! If you do this, however, the MIL light turns on and the car's top speed is limited to 80 MPH! By using our kit, you can then choose any shock absorber that suits you, and turn the MIL codes off, restoring the car to its original control Kit consists of eight modules, two for each wheel location. Simple "Plug-And-Play" installation.
DOES NOT WORK ON 2003 CORVETTES!
Application: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 C5 Corvette
Free your IAT from the heat with Caspers Electronics MAF/IAT breakout harness. These easy-to-install harnesses move your IAT sensor to a cooler location for a more accurate temperature reading and improved drivability. Relocate your IAT with Caspers Electronics breakout harnesses.This is the WIDE GT connector. This connector is found on the G8, Modular MAF Corvette (such as the C6 Z06).
Application: C6 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Z06 Corvette
When installing aftermarket headers and cat-back systems in your vehicle, the oxygen sensor is frequently relocated, usually far enough away from the original wiring location that the connector cannot reach. You cannot cut and splice oxygen sensor wiring since this can permanently damage the sensor and considerably reduce accuracy of the signal. These extensions are "Plug-And-Play" and utilize OEM connectors, terminals and seals with OEM wiring to maintain precisely accurate signals and safely extend the wiring connections. Note: Please check your connector shape and color to see if it matches your application.
Application: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Ford Mustang