GReddy Emanage blue wiring guide for FTO What you need: Wire cutter Wire connectors Crimper Wire stripper Torch if working in dull conditions. Preparation: Remove front passenger seat (allows easier access to the engine ECU Remove passenger footwell (flare holder part) Engine ECU is located behind this. Remove glovebox (allows more room while working on the wiring Disconnect battery Remove the three harnesses from the ECU. The Emanage comes with 2 harnesses, one with a 12 pin connector and one with an 18 pin connector which has two separate looms. 4 wires going to the engine ECU need to be split, see diagram for locations. Number 1 (white) Number 2 (blue) Number 3 (red) Number 4 (white with black stripe) From the Emanage 12 pin wiring loom connect: Yellow with white stripe to the loom side of 1 Yellow with black stripe to the ECU connector side of 1 Orange with white stripe to the loom side of 2 Orange with black stripe to the ECU connector side of 2 Dark blue with white stripe to the loom side of 3 Dark blue with black stripe to the ECU connector side of 3 From the Emanage 18 pin wiring loom connect: Purple to the loom side of 4 Light blue to the ECU connector side of 4 The rest of the wires that need connected just need to be spliced into the ECU wires as follows (all from the Emanage 18 pin wiring loom). See diagram for locations. Grey to number 5 (red with white stripe) Brown to number 6 (off white) Red to number 7 (black with red stripe) Black to number 8 (black with silver tag) Yellow with red stripe & purple with red stripe to number 9 (yellow with red stripe) Orange with red stripe & blue with red stripe to number 10 (yellow with red tag) Light blue & pink to number 11 (yellow with black stripe) Black with red stripe to number 12 (black with silver tag) Reverse the preparation steps and that’s the job done.