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Old 10-10-2012, 12:27 PM   #301
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I'm half way through the wiring but I have a problem...I don't really know how to read the key logger. Can someone take a look at these two pics from another thread and tell me what's wrong with them?


I'm basically counting 4 CKP teeth and I should see the 3 CMP teeth falling...where?
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Old 10-10-2012, 12:31 PM   #302
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BTW, I'm using the yellow/blue from the 1994 EGR purge valve solenoid to pin #8 on the VVTuner. I don't think Dimitris put anything on the circuit since it's been unplugged for 9-months with the car running fine.
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What exactly are you trying to do? What is wired up so far?
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The signals themselves look ok. Its the phasing between them that must match. Can you get both together in the same screen?
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On the coils for the 2001, please tell me if I'm right here:
black is GND
black/white is power
brown, brown/white, brown/yellow, or blue/yellow is signal

The wire diagrams online don't match my coils. My coils have different wire colors, the brown/white goes to coil #1, brown goes to coil #2 which does not match the diagrams.
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The signals themselves look ok. Its the phasing between them that must match. Can you get both together in the same screen?
I haven't finished wiring yet. That is from another thread and I was hoping to go into this with some knowledge so I don't panic. Something engine management related went wrong on the green car last night so I really need the white car to work today, lol. I don't care to trouble shoot two cars. (I think it's IAT related on the green car.)
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Can someone come over and help me bleed my clutch slave? thanks.
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On the coils for the 2001, please tell me if I'm right here:
black is GND
black/white is power
brown, brown/white, brown/yellow, or blue/yellow is signal

The wire diagrams online don't match my coils. My coils have different wire colors, the brown/white goes to coil #1, brown goes to coil #2 which does not match the diagrams.
Correct.

On the 2001, the brown/yellow goes to the rear coil that sparks on cylinders 1 and 4, while brown goes to the front coil that sparks cylinders 2 and 3.
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Those are the correct wires (Black/White - Power, Black - Ground, others - signal). Brown/White to coil 2 (forward one), Black/Yellow to coil 1 (rear one) on my 2001.
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Correct.

On the 2001, the brown/yellow goes to the rear coil that sparks on cylinders 1 and 4, while brown goes to the front coil that sparks cylinders 2 and 3.
There is no brown/yellow on my car, but now I know what do do. I'm going to break from the wire diagram because my coils, in the factory wiring plastic stuff, untouched, makes brown/white go to coil #1. I'm going to write this down and save it for future reference. Is this a big "no no" in the "automotive electronics guild of people who have a clue"?
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Thanks bros.
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There is no brown/yellow on my car, but now I know what do do. I'm going to break from the wire diagram because my coils, in the factory wiring plastic stuff, untouched, makes brown/white go to coil #1. I'm going to write this down and save it for future reference. Is this a big "no no" in the "automotive electronics guild of people who have a clue"?
There should be NO brown/white going to the coils on a 94-95.

Its either black/white (which is 12V), or brown/yellow. Maybe the yellow seems like white after so many years under the hood?
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This bitch starts and runs.

Thanks everyone. I'll be back later.
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This bitch starts and runs.

Thanks everyone. I'll be back later.
Congrats on getting her running.
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Hurray!
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Hurray!
I emailed you asking about the VVT harness which has a red and purple wire. Which is signal/#8 and what does the other do?

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Purple is #8. Red is 12V for the VVT solenoid, aka #15.
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Purple is #8. Red is 12V for the VVT solenoid, aka #15.
Do I need to add power to this? Can I just grab power at the factory connector from white/red?

I assumed it was powered through the harness you built. Last question. After this you can ignore all emails. lol
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The red wire HAS 12 volts.

Just connect these two wires to the solenoid. Polarity doesn't matter.
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The red wire HAS 12 volts.

Just connect these two wires to the solenoid. Polarity doesn't matter.
I powered the solenoid off red/wht from the injector harness so I'll leave it. Thanks baller.

Now seriously, I'm playing "hey mister" with the neighbors to find a bleed buddy. lol
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