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The wiring mess (Fin.png: Johtonippu) is an item that can be found inside the garage at home. It is used to wire up Satsuma's critical components as well as accessories. Wires can be attached by holding the wiring mess on top of a part/connector, pressing F when the check mark icon Check mark icon.png appears, then holding it on top of another part/connector and doing the same.

Note: Wires will only appear if the connection is correct, no incorrect connections can be made.

Wiring up Satsuma

There are a total of 26 wires that can be attached. They do not need to be attached in any particular order, and some wires are not required for the car to start.

After all the wires have been attached, bolt in the 8mm positive bolt on the battery (red), then the negative bolt (black). Tightening the negative bolt first causes sparking, and not disconnecting the negative bolt will cause the car to catch fire.

Warning: Make sure to always loosen both terminals of the battery before attaching any wires, as neglecting to do so may result in shorting the car or death by electrocution.
Connector 1 Connector 2
Rear harness connectorRear harness connector.png Fuel tank
(Fuel tank)
Rear harness connectorRear harness connector.png Rear light left
(Rear light)
Rear harness connectorRear harness connector.png Rear light right
(Rear light)
Headlights connectorHeadlights connector.png Headlight left
(Headlight, must be detached first with 2x7mm)
Headlights connectorHeadlights connector.png Headlight right
(Headlight, must be detached first with 2x7mm)
Headlights connectorHeadlights connector.png Marker light left
(Marker light)
Headlights connectorHeadlights connector.png Marker light right
(Marker light)
Headlights connectorHeadlights connector.png Main harness connectorMain harness connector.png
Main harness connectorMain harness connector.png RegulatorRegulator.png
Main harness connectorMain harness connector.png Positive terminal
(Battery)
Main harness connectorMain harness connector.png Ignition coil
(Electrics)
Main harness connectorMain harness connector.png Radiator fan connector
(Radiator)
FuseboxFusebox.png Instrument panel 1
(Dashboard meters, temp/fuel gauge)
FuseboxFusebox.png Ignition switch
(Steering column)
FuseboxFusebox.png Instrument panel 2
(Dashboard meters, hazard/cigarette lighter switches)
Radio harnessRadio harness.png Amplifier power
(Amplifier)
Radio harnessRadio harness.png Radio
(Radio/CD player)
Dash harness connectorDash harness connector.png Light switch
(Dashboard meters, wiper/headlight switches)
Dash harness connectorDash harness connector.png AFR gauge
(Fuel mixture gauge)
Dash harness connectorDash harness connector.png Extra gauges
(Extra gauges)
Positive terminal
(Battery)
Starter
(Starter, bolted in with 1x5mm)
Negative terminal
(Battery)
Battery ground connector
(Starter, front bolt must be untightened first with 1x7mm)
RegulatorRegulator.png Alternator
(Alternator)
Amplifier audio
(Amplifier)
Radio
(CD player)
Audio out left
(Amplifier)
Subwoofer left
(Subwoofer)
Audio out right 
(Amplifier)
Subwoofer right
(Subwoofer)

Once a wire has been successfully attached, it will generally stay there permanently. However, there are two exceptions where a wire may get removed and the wiring needs to be done again:


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