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Old 02-01-2009, 05:53 PM   #1
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Ever since I moved my ms to mount it, I've lost Air intake temperature and my car won't start. I have checked every pinout connection and redone some solders and I am losing my mind. This should be easy but I just can't get past -40! Which two connections can I directly wire my AIT to? I am currently using the connections on the old maf plug. One is 2p but what is the other one?
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OK, I am out of it. I forgot that is just a resistor. Maybe the lack of sleep the past two days, too much sno drift rally. I'll wire it to 2p and ecu ground. Does it matter which ground pinout?
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Ground doesn't matter, but you might want to find a clean one. I like to connect all my sensors back to the same ground as the MS.

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