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Old 05-05-2014, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default Megasquirt wiring help Please!!! 04 MSM

This is for a 04 MSM

hey guys so im stumped and im sure its actually really simple...

Got my MS2 ehanced last year from Revrent and i am just getting to finishing the set up so help is greatly appeciated i havent found exactly what im looking for searching the mass amounts of megasquirt threads

here is my current delema how exactly to hook up everything.. also anythign else i need to concider wiring in thanks guys!!!!

• Complete pinout for the DB-37 connector:
Pin 1: Switched 12V do i run this power to my PLX wideband gague box that powers it? and put inline fuse 5amp
Pin 2: Ground i assume ground for PLX wideband gauge?
Pin 3: Analog ground
Pin 4: Wideband input wire the extra signal wire from PLX unit to this?
Pin 5: External MAP sensor
Pin 6: Ign C
Pin 7: Ign D
Pin 8: CANH
Pin 9: CANL
Pin 10: RPM out
Pin 11: Oil pressure input
Pin 12: Oil temperature input
Pin 13: Boost high/low switch
Pin 14: Switch tables
Pin 15: Launch button do i jsut connect a wire off the clutch switch?
Pin 16: Do not connect
Pin 17: Spare analog input
Pin 18: Flex input
Pin 19: Spare programmable output 1
Pin 20: EBC out
Pin 21: Ground
Pin 22 to 33: Do not connect
Pin 34: Flatshift on/off switch Clutch switch as well?
Pin 35: Valet on/off switch
Pin 36: PE1 digital input
Pin 37: Spare programmable output 2

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yes. yes. yes. email rev. email rev.
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Just to clear one thing up - MSPNP specifically refers to DIYAutoTune.com's line; I believe Reverent has his own trade name for what he's building. Support info for an MSPNP won't necessarily work with Reverent's plug and play products, and vice versa.
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Just to clear one thing up - MSPNP specifically refers to DIYAutoTune.com's line; I believe Reverent has his own trade name for what he's building. Support info for an MSPNP won't necessarily work with Reverent's plug and play products, and vice versa.


thanks sorry if i put it wrong ... yes this ways built by Reverent for our MSM..
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Just to clear one thing up - MSPNP specifically refers to DIYAutoTune.com's line; I believe Reverent has his own trade name for what he's building. Support info for an MSPNP won't necessarily work with Reverent's plug and play products, and vice versa.
This.

I've specifically made sure NEVER to mention any of my ECUs as "PNP" as not to confuse customers. I do tell them that it is plug and play, obviously any similarities end there.

Tara, emailed received, I will get back to you with answers in a couple of hours.
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thanks Rev!
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