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Old 02-03-2015, 01:45 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I've been scouring the net for an ECU diagram for my car.

I'm trying to wire up my ARK MFD (multi function display), and am needing a few pins off the ECU.

Everything I've found here, and M-S all lead to dead links, I was hoping someone had it available here.

I need pin locations for: Ign power, RPM signal,Water Temp, TPS signal, and VSS if possible.

Thanks!
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Hey guys, I've been scouring the net for an ECU diagram for my car.

I'm trying to wire up my ARK MFD (multi function display), and am needing a few pins off the ECU.

Everything I've found here, and M-S all lead to dead links, I was hoping someone had it available here.

I need pin locations for: Ign power, RPM signal,Water Temp, TPS signal, and VSS if possible.

Thanks!
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Hey thanks, that's what I need. Seems like people tap for the tach signal in the actual diagnostic box though. I wonder if it would be easier to tap all the connections in the engine bay, since I'm routing a wire to the diagnostic box.
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Hey thanks, that's what I need. Seems like people tap for the tach signal in the actual diagnostic box though. I wonder if it would be easier to tap all the connections in the engine bay, since I'm routing a wire to the diagnostic box.
Isn't all of it available via the ODBII port which, according to the ARK page the MFD2 is capable of reading?

Google will be a big help to you.
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Isn't all of it available via the ODBII port which, according to the ARK page the MFD2 is capable of reading?

Google will be a big help to you.
Right on,

No, unfortunately, mine is the older version of the MFD that doesn't support OBD II
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