If I remember correctly it's three wires/two if you don't count the neg. I'll have to look on mine to verify.
Would love to here specifices of the Aircon / ECM set up at some point. That sounds like the best setup, very factory like. DId the Speartech harness allocate for making that happen? Looking great. Cant wait for you to fire this thing up.Man, still wiring, I'm starting to really lose interest in it. All I got left is to hook up my ECM to my AC sensor (about 5 wires) but I still don't have the sensor plug yet. I want it to run stock so when you turn on the AC the ECM bumps the idle and turns on the fan, it also cuts the fan if you're going fast enough. Not much info on it but I've figured out how it works I think. I have to run the wires into the cab so I can't wrap that up either, it's driving me nuts being so close so I had to move on.
Felt like welding so I made my amp rack, welded an un-needed 8AN bung onto my gas tank as a just in case I need it for something kind of thing. I did an epoxy sealer on the inside of my tank just to give extra protection from any pinholes I might have gotten when I built it. I don't think I should because I welded inside and out but you never know. Had to add mounts for the stereo to the center console and then decided to paint anything that was ready to go.
I spent a lot of time trying to make my center console as good as I could only to come out and see that I didn't let the primer flash long enough and caused it to wrinkle. Sanded it all down and started again, hopefully get it painted tomorrow.
Waiting for the primer to dry I decided to mount my gas tank, no easy task by myself, I should've called my neighbor over. Managed to get it in with straps and a jack but it was still hard. I hope to never have to do that again. The one bolt that ties the tank straps together sucks to get on and tightened more than you could imagine.