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Old 08-01-2011, 09:48 PM   #61
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Figured out the fans, I think it was the relay, so I just did away with all that bullshit and wired up the fan to switch where the cruise control button used to be inside the cabin.

I cut the FP wires and linked FP to 4O, then I jumped 2 and 7 (red and black) on the afm connector. Still no fuel. Should I put the ST SIG fuse back in now? I'm scared to do that. I'm still fiddling and taking suggestions. Thanks for the help so far.
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So I can only get the fuel pump to turn on when it's jumped in the diagnosis box. It will run fine like this but I know it isn't right. I went bowling, rolled a 160, not bad for a novice.
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I cut the FP wires and linked FP to 4O, then I jumped 2 and 7 (red and black) on the afm connector. Still no fuel. Should I put the ST SIG fuse back in now? I'm scared to do that. I'm still fiddling and taking suggestions. Thanks for the help so far.
should be RED and LT. Green.

basically you're sending the FP ground back through the AFM connector and then grounding the relay like the AFM does.

it's 2 and 7 if you count left from right looking at it with the single slot towards the top, two slots towards bottom.
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Doh, I got the red and black wires. As for the 10A ST SIG fuse it stays in or out?
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Jump the fuel pump leads and see if it turns the pump on. I had a pump relay randomly die on me a couple months ago the night before I went to MSR-C. It's a 5 minute test
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Doh, I got the red and black wires. As for the 10A ST SIG fuse it stays in or out?

if you do it that way, the ST-SIGN fuse can stay in. but it essentially does the same thing the MS does (priming pump) so it's not needed.
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As long as it doesn't blow anything on my board, I'll leave it in. I'm about to go redo the AFM wires and see what happens. FP relay is where in the bay? It's probably the only relay I haven't replaced on this car.
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no, it's under dash.
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no, it's under dash.
On the firewall, next to the steering rack, with a green connector.
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with the lt green wire going to it.
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Same problem as before has occured again. WB02 gets no power, and the fuel pump doesn't turn on. Windows and stereo work and it turns over, there is just no fuel.

I tested the pump, it didn't do anything. The connector going to the FP has 4 pins, and only one has power, and it isn't much as it barely lights up my tester bulb.

I tried to look for the FP relay under the dash as hustler instructed, but I don't see a green connector, and none against the firewall. Is it a LA10 relay?

This piece of **** needs to run, I don't have an extra car anymore.
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Jump the fuel pump at the diagnostic box. If that doesn't turn it on, you're basically certain the relay is bad. The relay is there, and you'll need a 12" extension with a 10 or 12mm on a swivel to get it. I recommend stealing one from a salvage yard. Steal one for me too so I have a spare. BTW, 1.6 relays are not interchangable with 1.8.

You can jump the FP with a fuse if the relay is bad. It will run the FP any time the key is turned on, which is dangerous apparently, but it will get you to point b. I believe you jump the black/grn wire to the gnd right next to it.

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ok, Ill look again when I get home. I saw an LA10 relay that was mounted to something, that must be it. I think I have an extra relay, I stole a bunch from the junkyard last time I was there, I just don't remember where I put them. Thanks.
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The relays are also all over ebay for megahella cheap
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Still haven't fixed the car. Fuel pump doesn't want to run. The connector has very little power, and I changed relays. So idfk. I switched ignitions in from the old car and it didn't make a difference. There is some really sketchy wiring under the steering wheel. Hopefully I can figure it out this weekend when my dads buddy comes over. He is pretty good with electric ****.

Also, the wb02 still doesnt work. I ordered a new AEM that should be here for next weekend. And I haven't been able to succesfully connect to my MS since this happened.

Should I buy these:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/4-EV1...#ht_1189wt_939
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Reverant swears by those. pick me up a set too, I'll email address to send them.
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Just come pick them up, and fix my POS at the same time. Then help me tune. Then you can go home.
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fly me out!
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About to install my 650's, I was so excited, then I found this:

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I'm currently in the process of switching from the stock purple Denso injectors to Fuel Injector Clinic EV14s. So far I had been installing the PNP 650cc and 850cc EV14s from fiveohmotorsports, however it was brought to my attention that these large flow rates can't be attained reliably with the round connector (Sumitomo) version of the EV14 (ie the injector has been vandalized to get such large flow rates). I installed a set of 650cc EV14s from FIC the other day and I was very pleased, once again. They are of course, fully matched, down to +/-2cc or so, and come with a datasheet of flow rates, dead times, etc.
**** it, they will work.
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Injectors are in, all I did was change Req_fuel and it started right up. Is there anythign else I should change in injector characteristics?
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