Having MIMA recently installed on my Insight, I took pictures/videos of the procedure. The picture is taken behind the car with hatchback up - top of picture just behind the seats. Note the spare tire under the IMA box. Cables delivering power are clearly marked orange. This may be of interest to Civic owners, as the principals should be the same. In regards to MIMA installation, most work was rewiring the harness running along the top of the picture from the MDM, right to the BCM and MCM units. The mods were to the connectors in the BCM and MCM boxes on top of the Battery Module. Before coverning this assembly, I heard a lot of clanking of relays and the pair of fans, so I shot an 8MB video. It starts with a view from the driver's seat (need to freeze it to get a good look), then I quickly get out of the car and get a hatchback view just before the fans engage. Hope you enjoy it! These three units and the fan in the left side of the picture together are known as the Power Control Unit or PCU: MDM (Motor Drive Module) - Relays the power from the Battery Module in the back of the Insight to the IMA motor coupled with the 3-cylinder gas engine. Generates a lot of heat. Heat Sink is immdiately to the right of the MDM and dissipates the heat buildup from the MDM. One of the two fans is at the end. In MIMA installations, a temperature probe activates the fan at 95F instead of 120F. DC-DC Converter is to the right of the heat sink. Regulates Battery Module voltage (144) with conventional voltage (12). The Junction board is really part of the Battery Module. Note the switch in the middle - absoultely must be cut off when work is done as the currents are lethal. BCM (Battery Condition Module) - Computes how much power the Battery Module is able to deliver, or if depleted and in a recal state - how much charging is required to give it a full State of Charge (SoC). MCM (Motor Control Module) - Regulates the Assist and regenitive braking. Battery Module is under the BCM and MCM units with 120 NiMH D-Cell batteries - 20 sticks with six cells to a stick. A second fan pulls air from a hole about where the yellow x is located in the picture for cooling. Factory temperature probe cools at about 120F - MIMA customizations kick in at 95F.