|Sitec and the donor|
|The critical parts stripdown|
The next job is to reassemble all the electrical harness parts on the floor back at my workshop. The idea is that when the engine returns I can quickly establish what parts of the original Puma loom are required from the Sylva and what the requirements are for any new additional loom.
|The offending shells|
The good news is I managed to get a copy of the original Ford Technical Information System CD from ebay (*1). The content of this CD is wonderful, the down side is it will only work on Windows XP or older. I only have a laptop PC that runs that operating system, at least it is portable. I am currently printing out the wiring diagrams in acrobat format and saving them to a memory stick so I can read them on any pc. They print out well in that format also.
References(*1) The Ford TIS CD is Ford copyright and was available to me on ebay but the listing was subsequently withdrawn. You would have to get another source or a private copy from one of the Locost members. (http://www.locostbuilders.co.uk/)