Fordmods Logo

EF ECU Pin out definitions 

 

Page 2 of 2 [ 19 posts ] Go to page Previous  1, 2

 
 Post subject: Re: EF ECU Pin out definitions
Posted: Thu May 26, 2011 8:26 pm 
Technical Contributor
Offline
User avatar

Age: 28

Posts: 3705

Joined: 27th Sep 2006

Gallery: 20 images

Ride: ED Falcon

Power: 133 rwkw

Location: Leeton
NSW, Australia

Nicco,

You have the factory manual?

Mate can you do me a big favour and scan the schematic of the relays and wiring to the fans please?

I forgot to copy it when I had the manual last... May be handy for future dates helping people out...

Just shows the two motors and 4 relays...

Cheers,
Tim

 

_________________

93 Red ED 5spd Manual Build Thread

Performance: Complete AUII VCT Wiring & Power Train, Pacey Headers, 2.5" Exhaust, Exedy Clutch, DBA Rotors
Visuals: FG XR Wheel, XR Front, 17's, BA 5 Spd Shifter, BA Ghia Window Switches, NL Cluster
Tunes: 8" Pioneer Sub, JBL Speakers, Clarion Double DIN Headunit

Top
 Profile  
 
 
 Post subject: Re: EF ECU Pin out definitions
Posted: Thu May 26, 2011 8:41 pm 
Getting Side Ways
Offline
User avatar

Age: 30

Posts: 3184

Joined: 8th Nov 2004

Gallery: 6 images

Ride: EF Falcon

Location: Townsville
QLD, Australia

Image

That should do the trick, yes?

 

_________________

Nicco's M112 Blown, T-56 equipped EF
forums/viewtopic.php?t=68319

Top
 Profile  
 
 
 Post subject: Re: EF ECU Pin out definitions
Posted: Thu May 26, 2011 8:44 pm 
Technical Contributor
Offline
User avatar

Age: 28

Posts: 3705

Joined: 27th Sep 2006

Gallery: 20 images

Ride: ED Falcon

Power: 133 rwkw

Location: Leeton
NSW, Australia

Many Thanks... :D

 

_________________

93 Red ED 5spd Manual Build Thread

Performance: Complete AUII VCT Wiring & Power Train, Pacey Headers, 2.5" Exhaust, Exedy Clutch, DBA Rotors
Visuals: FG XR Wheel, XR Front, 17's, BA 5 Spd Shifter, BA Ghia Window Switches, NL Cluster
Tunes: 8" Pioneer Sub, JBL Speakers, Clarion Double DIN Headunit

Top
 Profile  
 
 
 Post subject: Re: EF ECU Pin out definitions
Posted: Sat May 28, 2011 8:47 pm 
Getting Side Ways
Offline

Posts: 6449

Joined: 11th Nov 2004

I started the wiring of the fan on my patrol today

The way I have done it previously gives two modes,
Mode one, one fan low speed one fan medium speed.
Mode two, both high speed

Switches nice and simple from two relays,
The 'Mode one' relay feeds power into the RED wire on the 3 pin plug,
The "mode two" relay feed power into the RED wire on the 2 pin plug.
Connect the WHITE wire from the 3 wire plug into the RED wire on the 2 pin plug.
Both black wires are permanently grounded.

To get Mode one, you simply turn on the the Mode one relay.
To get Mode two, you turn on BOTH relays.

Trigger the relays how ever you want. My way is very simple for retrofit purposes.
Most cars we did had Mode one switched on with ignition and Mode two was switch with a thermo fan switch taken from a 92 ford laser, (the temps it switched at were good and it had a thread that we could get a tap for)

In my Patrol though i've made it far more complicated.
As i said before low and high will be switched by a pair thermo fan switches that use a 3/8 tapered thread with a single blade terminal and switch to ground.
There is also be two manual overrides, the first will switch both fans off at the same time switching on a red warning light, the second will switch on high speed at the same time switching on a a greed warning light.

Switching off is for deep water crossings were the water will be above the bottom of the fans.(not uncommon to have water over the bonnet)
Forcing high speed is for pre-empting big temp rises, like pulling over 4 tonne up mountain ranges or long periods of soft sand driving which means long periods of low vehicle speed combined with high engine rpm and 10+ psi of boost.

 

_________________

PERMANENTLY BANNED

Top
 Profile  
 
Display posts from previous:
Sort by  
 Page 2 of 2  [ 19 posts ]  Go to page Previous  1, 2

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 9 guests


You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot post attachments in this forum

 

 

It is currently Mon Dec 18, 2017 6:48 am All times are UTC + 11 hours

 

 

(c)2014 Total Web Solutions Australia - Australian Web Hosting and Domain Names