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Old 01-21-2012, 03:00 AM   #1
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Default Gm IAT wires not same as in instructions. urgemt

So mounted the iat in itercooler worked like a charm.
Now go to wire it to the old maf and the electrical hook ups dont match pics on diyautotune instructions. We can over come this by just figuring out which wire are which using an ohm meter. On the ms there is a iat pin so that where one of the wire goes but where does the other go sensor ground or something else.

my maf elect connector has 7 pins.
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Do yourself a favor, stop, search, and roll. Well, stop and search.

http://www.megasquirtpnp.com/models/...#Section_Three

Took me one search to find.
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Now go to wire it to the old maf and the electrical hook ups dont match pics on diyautotune instructions. We can over come this by just figuring out which wire are which using an ohm meter. On the ms there is a iat pin so that where one of the wire goes but where does the other go sensor ground or something else.

my maf elect connector has 7 pins.
http://miatajoe.50megs.com/

The picture you want is a little over halfway down the page.
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On the ms there is a iat pin so that where one of the wire goes but where does the other go sensor ground or something else.
lol. their instructions are correct boss.



use these two positions.

The black wire is actually the AIT signal pin, and the red wire is the ground...doesn't matter which is which.
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sorry I did search 1.6 maf and got nothing. I appreciate the help i was using this link for the instruction

http://www.diyautotune.com/diypnp/ap...3-16b6-mt.html
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they used the wrong picture. the one i pulled was from the mspnp docs: http://www.megasquirtpnp.com/models/...093_manual.htm
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