Hi Guys, some of you might remember a thread I started on B15Sentra.net several months ago. It described the start of my GA16DE swap into my '89 B12 4WD wagon. There were quite a few technical details in it, and it described getting the engine into the chassis. It's at: http://www.b15sentra.net/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=24244. Anyway, after being put on hold for a while, I got back working on it a few weeks ago, and got it done. I had the engine and trans bolted in back then, and needed to finish the wiring. After installing all of the B13's EFI harnesses and ECU, it was time to finish connecting the rest of the ECU's wiring to the B12's electrical system. I have seen many threads on this subject, but no one ever really describes exactly what wire goes where. Now I know why. This is neither simple or quick. It can be done, but it is time consuming and you need to have a good understanding of electrical systems in general. Oh, and in my opinion, a factory service manual for both the B12 and the B13 donor car are a must. I slowly turned the key, and heard the fuel pump do it's five second cycle. Turned it some more, and she started right up, and purred like a kitten. The engine had no idea that it was in a B12 chassis. Sweet! I also got to hear for the first time, my custom 2" mandrel bent exhaust system that I scratch built, with a Dynomax UltraFlo muffler. I am shopping for a Sony digital camera next week, and will post pics and give more details. Gotta go take her for a road test, and find some gravel, so I can light up all four wheels!