Erbaspatcher ba6 fitting from scratch (with some help from Tlb )

Discussion in 'How To' started by 1973daisey, Oct 31, 2015.

  1. i will go and take a pic now

    i need to make the front part of the wiring loom. where you have the nice connector block to the operating switch and the safety switch i have to make out of terminals.
    so i need to know where each wire goes from each terminal :(
     
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  2. Give me 5
     
  3. the other ends of the wires are all chopped off
     
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  4. Brilliant I now got all the wiring under the van and no what parts I need to complete it ect
    Here's some pics let me no if u want me to make you a wiring diagram ect [​IMG]
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  5. I can sort that out for u
     
  6. thanks :) could you get a close up of the switch connection please?
     
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  8. great, thank you :)
     
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  9. No problem!! If I can get these parts this week I'll install it next weekend !!
     
  10. i have already fitted a bn4 in the engine bay but this would be better for driving
    a lot of the ba4 parts are the same https://www.type4.org/manuals/ba4/ so you might be lucky and get some from a type4
     
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  11. i just had a quick look, if you could do a wiring diagram that would be great, thanks
     
  12. ..well..still got some bits & bobs kicking around..they off ba4 but some parts are exactly same..not much left but if you find something you need on this pic let me know..I bought this for parts I needed too :)
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  13. i could use the wiring loom and relays etc
    @1973daisey there is the temp sensor and coil lead you need :)
     
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  14. Brilliant I need temp sensor and pipe it's in if poss ,fuel pump and blower fan , coil lead to has broke on mine I'll pm u now !!
     
  15. Sorry mate! only just getting back into things, and been off for the last few days!
    I'll definatley be able to sort out the pics bit it seems you can see what I've got under the van. There's a manual on the tinterweb somewhere that I found which basically gives you a trouble shooting guide...
    @aussie bay I have a spare plug that goes into the dash switch / timer if you want it. it's still got the tails on the wires so you could solder this on to your existing loom. let me know. it seems to be fairly stuck into my switch so will work out a way of getting it loose without damaging it.
     
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  16. Little update spent the week finding the rare parts but seem to have them all on way now
    -pump
    -fan
    -temp sensor
    -and a few spares to !!
    Next step it to test the parts/clean em and give this a bench test !!
     
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  17. I think Iv just about got all the parts I need now to get it up and running and tested on bench next weekend poss this weekend
    -fuel pump
    -blower fan
    -temp sensor
    -fuel pipe(r9 same as fuel lines)
    -fuel splitter
    -fuel clips
    -stainless exhaust pipe
    Git a manual allso so just gotta rig it all up and pray this thing kicks out some heat and all the safety bits works a treat then clean it all up lick of paint and start cutting bit to make it fit !!
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  18. Got it all set up today in garden and had a bit of trouble with the wiring as few wires had been put in wrong places and wrong colours , but a quick FaceTime call to @davidoft who actually went out to his bus and went through every wire as it's wired on his bus and yep all working (cheers buddy AGAIN just shows this site again is awesome) just gotta sort out why no signal to fuel pump but dads taxi had duties so untill next time were nearly there
     
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  19. God a few hours on trying to find out y fuel pump had no feed ,
    Found it was only getting 6/7 volts traced this back to the other set of points deep inside the combustion fan so set about stripping it and cleaned them and hey presto got 11 volts and fuel pump now works , allso checked to other smart of points was giving the spark plug signal and all seems to be working so maybe even get to prepare to install it tomoz and a full test
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