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 Post subject: Smartshield & Modifications
Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:58 am 
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I am starting work on my AUII Fairlane V8 project. Basically replacing the engine with a V8 Supercar one running on E85, autotrans with TCI 6 speed based on 4L80E. The challenge is for it to be streetable around 600fwhp.
The EECV is to be replaced by a Motec M800.
It would appear that the disable features of Smartshield could be an issue.
What exactly is the relationship between the EECV & Smartshield?
What does the EECV require from Smartshield in terms of data etc & vice versa?
I know when I ousted the EECIV in my ED the smartlock was not an issue.
Is this the same with Smartshield?

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 Post subject: Re: Smartshield & Modifications
Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:44 am 
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Same as ED, Smartshield is controlled by BCM not ECU.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Smartshield & Modifications
Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 5:18 pm 
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Just to confirm - so the EECV only disables fuel injection &/or spark.
The starter is controlled by the BEM (as per smartlock).
So if the EEC isnt there, only the starter circuit is disabled. The BEM doesnt look for a 2 way communication with the EEC & vice versa.
Where can i find out what sort of signal the BEM sends to the EECV to disable / enable engine running? I think i can setup the M800 to do the same.
I gather that the BA's onwards the BEM /EEC /PCM are all coded & must interact with each other for the vehicle to run.

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