After completing all of the connections from the Brains to the Interface board. I just can't look at it without telling myself, "Don't cut the red wire!..."
This is taking a long time, my crimping tool is cheap and I don't like it.
Since this is my first run, and I plan on upgrading a few more times until I have one that is versatile enough to work with different setups, I'm trying not to get carried away with my retentive tendancies. I do have to modify the box a little, raising the roof so the jumpers don't hit eachother (top-bottom). I'm putting a 12V plug on the outside, holes for the USB (decided not to do extensions from the brain out to the same style female plugs on the box exterior), and one more D-sub connector on the box.
I can't decide if I just want to make holes for the sensor cables to go through where they can plug directly to the interface board, or do some sort of molex plug on the outside. (6 external sensor cables, 16 pins total).........
I guess I'm still on track for plugging into the car tomorrow night.