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Old 11-09-2013, 11:01 AM
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I now have all of the wiring done and I'm ready to start the car up.

The part I'm confused about is which base map to use. The base map options (which seem even remotely applicable) are:

-90-92,93 non California
-93 California

I wired the car for sequential, so I suspect that the first option (although my car is a 90 "federal" model) will not fire my injectors. Should I use the 93 base map?

I am just trying to get the car started to make sure everything is wired correctly, calibrate my TPS, etc. I am getting the car tuned next Wednesday.
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I assume you're using a 30-1710 box. Which injector drivers did you wire cylinders 3 and 4 to? You may be able to just use the 93CA basemap.
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Thanks for the reply. Yes, it is the 30-1710 model. I rebuilt my injector harness and ran wires for injectors 3 and 4 to 2Y and 2V in the harness, respectively.

In other words, I wired the fuel injectors as if the car was a factory 93 California model, assuming that all other wires are the same between the federal and CA configuration.

It would make sense to use the 93 California base map then, right?
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Yep, if you're wired sequentially like a 93CA car, you can just use the 93CA basemap.
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