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translation needed for TSC system


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Hi Guys,

i just received a Grid Dash Dancer Torque Split controller from japan, only problem is i can't read 1 symbol of japanese, and i don't want to screw this up

specifically i need to know the wiring colours, where they attach, any warnings and what the buttons do (although i can guess what the buttons do :(, if i can get all of it translated that would be awesome!

can somebody please translate these for me into english,

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here you go, should be bigger (i have much bigger, but i am not sure of the limits of the server)

It is for the R33 as well, if they are car specific (all though the picture of the wiring loom looks to be R33)

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I am not familiar with the device but I translated what I can.

It seems to me that there are black, yellow, red and green cable coming from TSD control unit (see pic).

Connect red cable to existing green/red cable.

Connect green cable to existing black/pink cable

Cut existing light blue cable then

Connect Yellow cable to the light blue cable on the connector (harness) side

Connect Black cable to the other side of the light blue cable

You need to screw down the dancer dash on left hand side of the E-TS control unit together

It says it has three settings: normal (no light), 50:50 (green light) and 0:100 (red light)

Hope this helps.


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