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Td5 looms into a earlier pre 1991 vehicle

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Want to cut a hole in seat box. for this the main part of the loom to under seat fuse box (see photo)

any idea of Gromit size? 

😊 thank you 

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So the TD5 ignition switch and stalks all  fit was a tad worried about these two but happy now so just the td5 loom to go in I’ll be happy 

to be honest I’m gob smacked this 110 didn’t go up in flames 🔥 before now😳

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You never know what to expect when you strip out an old dirty dash,

if I’d had this fuse go how would I have know this was it? As I have no hand book wonder what it’s for?

yellow brown to white strange fuse inside 

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Well can’t do anything until my son comes over sometime this week so In the TD5 loom goes, bulkhead rubbers are a perfect fit  for the 110 everything seems in the right place brake lights and ignition switch to name a few ( yes I know the wires may not be correct on the ignition switch just to see if all lined up) are connected, very happy so far,

see photos anyone know the correct route for the main cable?

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So it’s all coming together nicely,

only draw back so far (I don’t know if it’s just me) but as the wiring harness is in the dash inside now the black plastic cover don’t seem to want to go back where as before you only had wires from the fuse box to supply things like your radio rear wiper fag lighter you get the idea but I’m ok as I have a raptor dash so most wiring is closed off don’t know how much the td5 covers so all in all good job front looms in both sides lights working just the rear loom now job done  

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So today have fitted the led lights with plugs to go in to the td5 loom, and the original 110 wiper motor works a treat on this loom off slow fast and intermittent something I never had before 👍

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 Im routing the rear lights loom over the top of the chassis as the orange plug is to big to go thu the original hole, 

Cable not required on the td5 loom,

Clutch Sensor, so the ecu knows when a gear change is in progress. 

see photo 

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You need this bit (right of picture).

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As I’m keeping the original windscreen washer bottle for now I made an extension lead for the windscreen washer pump as the td5 washer bottle  is in different place £6,50 not bad 😊

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well the td5 loom is all in and working well in my 86 110 land rover, 

i now have

dim dip beam, 

head lights are now ignition controlled (so no more having to turn off the head lights when i stop off at shop at night) lol

aux for the radio,

intermittent wipers, bloody great, lol

alarm and immobilizer,

blade fuse box,

lights seem to be a lot brighter now,

just to say a big thank you for all your help my 110 is so much better for it now,

 

weston all other posts can now be removed thank you

 

 

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ok so all is well with the new td5 loom in my old 110 but winter is around the corner so time to wire in the glow plugs design a timer relay set up,

before anyone asks no i dont have an ecu,

can someone link me to a post on here for wiring diagrams please,

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The timer relay and loom from the old set up is straightforward to install rather than designing anything , assuming you have it .

cheers

Steve b

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no dont have that loom anyway just got hold of a 6 pin timer relay, see where we go with that 😀

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quick question,

i know the fuel gauge is connected too the td5 electronic speedo, does the water temp gauge work same way with the speedo too?

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Just updated this to ditch a dead photobucket link, 

 

timer unit connections in relay photo & what wire & colour in diagram. it should work,

Autosparks can sell you a sub loom to fit this.

 

 

LR timer unit for glowplugs is PRC6913, 

subloom plug in to main loom is PRC6083

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Have a look at the td5 wiring diagram, the temp sender is on a green with blue trace wire, marked as GU. 

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