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The inertia switch on the td5 loom does it need to be bridged? I’m not using an electric fuel pump as the 110 is mechanical just in case this is one of the reasons the starter won’t turn or immobiliser has kicked in

as I said before I’ll wait till I put engine back in and sort engine loom before I start to worry😂

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The power to the ECU is linked to the inertia switch so as to kill the engine in the event of a crash, so yes it does need to be linked.

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I don’t have an ecu or a gear box loom it’s a td5 loom in an 1986 110  

no electric pump 

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Put the stop solenoid wire through it, it'll do a job then.

Mo

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No there's no requirement to bridge it out. I have full XS td5 looms, including using as much of the td5 engine loom as possible. No inertia switch installed or bridged, on the td5 it feeds the ecu and fuel pump relay...as the tdi uses neither it serves no purpose. 

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