My fascination has always been the mk2 GTi. And I have the manual (pdf) which covers the mk2 entirely. For practicality I have the section that covers the EFI printed out.
But as of a few years ago, I bought an mk3 shell that was in really really good shape and I have been messing with it and restoring bits and pieces that were missing to get it up on the road.
But the one thing that has always bothered me since the days of the original teamswift.net and redline gti, and I can’t understand why suzuki did it, is that there are 2 different plugs on the ECU wiring harness between the mk2 and mk3. One of those plugs, plugs near the fusebox in the engine bay, beside the battery, and the other plug, plugs inside of the car under the dash near the ECU. These are the only 2 plugs that are different on the ECU wiring harness between the mk2 GTi and mk3 GTi and the wiring colors are not the same…
This has me wondering:
- Is there an mk3 workshop manual? Or is there like a supplementary manual that covers the mk3 wiring?
- At the end of the mk2 gti workshop manual, there is a wiring schematics for the entire car (mk2)! With the colors of the wires incorporated into it. I assume there should be something similar for the mk3 gti because there is a difference at least in those 2 plugs I mentioned earlier.
I really wish I could get that last part of the mk3 gti wiring diagram of the car, the last section of the manual.
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