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 Post subject: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:30 pm 
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im trying to trick the gear position sensor and gearbox temp sensor but just dunno which wires are the ones in what i think is an ED motor/loom etc. ivesearched but only come up with el/ef diagrams, documents. the colour of the wires are different. any help much appreciated. 3DCB is the catch code on my ecu, i notice its not listed on the "catch code" post, so i dont really know what ive got.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:38 pm 
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I believe in my EA they were blue/yellow & blue/orange for the temp(1.2k) and violet & violet/white for the gear position (6.8k)

Should be same for ED?

 

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:46 pm 
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seems to look alright to me! cheers! i have to use 1 watt though aye, i got 1% 0.6watt by mistake. d**k smith looking for more now.

 

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wishlist - DSR 480 turbo, big fat alloy radiator and a nine inch. oh and money. ha.

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:18 am 
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Sweet. I see on your wish list "big fat alloy radiator"

Tell you what, I put EL thermos in mine and holey crap did it make a difference.

 

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1990 EAII, BBM, EL ECU, T5, LSD - SOLD
1993 EBII Fairmont Ghia V8 - SOLD
2006 BF Fairlane Ghia 6C

Huge thanks to BenJ, TROYMAN, fiend and XR-Lane. The E-series knowledge/motivation pool.

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:40 pm 
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yeah thatd probably be cheaper than getting two band spankers from bnt aye, just get an ally radiator to suit em? get any size ya want from segedins for $280.

 

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wishlist - DSR 480 turbo, big fat alloy radiator and a nine inch. oh and money. ha.

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 1:04 pm 
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$30 from pick a part...

I made em fit my EA rad, just drilled a couple of holes to suit old EA fan shroud mounts :lol:

 

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1990 EAII, BBM, EL ECU, T5, LSD - SOLD
1993 EBII Fairmont Ghia V8 - SOLD
2006 BF Fairlane Ghia 6C

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 1:30 am 
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can anyone help.
i done this on EL GLI auto which i converted to manual, hooked wires up in a certain sequence which deleted the rev limiter.
i want to do this to my EB as well but having trouble cross referencing the wire colours from EL to EB. i used no resistors on the EL with auto ECU, did have a ruff idle and a slite miss sometimes at various throttle positions, but not worried about this because it needed new leads and plugs at the time. before joining the wires it would only rev to 3500rpm, after i joined all the wires it reved till the needle hit the bottom on the cluster and thought i shouldnt rev it much more considering it was stock engine, this was done in drivway in neutral. just had to go for a drive got 200kph+ in third. just wondering if anyone has diagrams for EL and EB 12 pin gearbox connector plug as i want to cross reference the colours so i can do the same connection sequence with the EB.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Which auto ecu wires to connect resistors to in ED
Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 11:45 am 
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Send me your email addy and I can give you the wiring information I have :wink:

 

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