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Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 2:48 pm 
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After reading a comparison of the different ECU's, i found out that there are a few things different and wanted to find out if it is going to be an issue


Pin32 (EB) = Recirculation Solenoid for Climate Control system
Pin32 (EL) = LPG Gas Shut Off

Pin43 (EB) = Signal Ground
Pin43 (EL) = A/C Evaporator Air Temp

Pin59 (EB) = Fuel Injection Ignition Bank 2,4,6
Pin59 (EL) = Fuel Injection Ignition Bank 1,3,5


I am also installing a BBM if that helps


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Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:07 pm 
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I have an EL ECU in my EA... works great..

you'll have to run the wire for the BBM as there is nothing in the ED loom for it to connect to..

only prob I had was wiring the trip computer into the injector wire so it picked up fuel usage..

While I was doing mine, I had to convert auto ECU to manual and add a smartlock bypass module so compared to mine, yours should be easy as.

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Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 5:19 pm 
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frankieh wrote:
I have an EL ECU in my EA... works great..

you'll have to run the wire for the BBM as there is nothing in the ED loom for it to connect to..

only prob I had was wiring the trip computer into the injector wire so it picked up fuel usage..

While I was doing mine, I had to convert auto ECU to manual and add a smartlock bypass module so compared to mine, yours should be easy as.

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Frank


Well i understand the trip comp and BBM stuff, but the Recirc stuff has me concerned.

 

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Posted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 6:15 pm 
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afraid I can't help you with that.. my air con seems to be working fine... but could do with regassing.
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