BP Automotive’s LS Swap DIY Stand Alone Factory Harness Mod Kits
Are you the Do it yourself kinda gear head? On a tight budget? Thats ok! We have a complete engine management fuse and relay panel ready to go for you with installation instructions! True oem quality TXL wire used along with Delphi components! This is everything you need to convert your factory harness to stand alone! This item is not meant for someone with little to no wiring experience. You need to have a fair amount of wiring experience to properly install this item and convert your harness to stand alone.
As you can see it comes labeled and with a general guide for installation! The covers are also labeled on the inside with a legend of the location of each relay and fuse. 12 Circuit Fuse Block with 6 Fuses, Fuel Pump Relay, and an Ignition Relay. We also include an OBD II Diagnostic Port and a roll of engine harness tape. This kit will work for GM Harnesses from the TPI all the way to the LS9! This DIY Kit will work for converting a factory harness from the following engines for stand alone, it will work with other engines, however – these are the most common this is used for these LT1, 5.7 Vortec, LS1, LS2, LS3, LSA, LS9, 08-14 Vortec Engines, and the 99-07 4.8 5.3 6.0.
There are two different kits, with two slightly different price points for different customers; a Bare Essentials Kit, and a Deluxe, or Premium Kit.
*The Fan Relays, are fused at 30amp and cannot be fused for a higher amperage. Please take this into consideration if you have already purchased your cooling fans. As an alternative you can purchase our Bare Essentials kit and our Sealed relay kits that are fused at 40 amp. Bare Essentials DIY Part #1010 Relay Kit Part #SRK-001.
Wiring Diagrams are NOT included! This is a DIY kit that is sold with the understanding that the purchaser has a working knowledge of GM fuel injection systems.
Everything you need to convert your factory harness to stand alone
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