1: Loosen the intercooler band that holds the Intercooler boot to the Turbo. You will need an 11MM deep well socket but I found that an 11MM or 7/16 Gear wrench works best.
2: Now gently pull on the intercooler boot to remove it from the Turbo ( by removing the boot this will allow you to access the ICP/Fuel Pressure Sensor better.
3: Take the Black cable with the factor GM ends supplied by TS and fish the end with the three elongated pins under the Resonator/ Engine cover to the drivers side of the engine…(Removing the engine cover, if preferred is a simple task and makes getting to the two sensors a little easier.)
4: This is where removing the intercooler boot makes life a little easier Disconnect the wiring harness connected to the ICP/Fuel Pressure Sensor . This is found in front of the turbo on the driver’s side. This connector can be difficult to reach, but with a little patients can be reached.
5: Connect one side of the new MP8 Harness to the ICP/Fuel Pressure Sensor and the other side to the factory harness, this will only fit one way.
6: Now reconnect the intercooler boot to the Turbo.
7: on the passenger side on top of the engine is the Map Sensor disconnect the factory harness, and connect one side of the MP8 cable to the sensor and the other side to the factor Harness . (Once again there is only one way that this harness will connect.)
8: Supplied with the MP8 is a strip of Velcro that can be used to mount the MP8 on top of the Engine Cover. There is enough cable that the Module can be moved to the firewall if desired.
9: Now route the supplied cable, with the knob on it to inside the cab of the truck to your desired mounting location for the knob.
10:Then connect the small connector to the MP8.
11: Start the truck and enjoy your new TS Performance MP8.