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ecuinputdata [2009/02/22 09:49]
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ecuinputdata [2009/02/22 09:49]
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 Connect "GND to ECU" to the ECU's sensor ground, pin 24 (Green/​Black) on a 1G ECU or pin 92 (Black) on a 2G ECU.  This is also present under the hood at the MAF, TPS, MDP and coolant temp sensors. Connect "GND to ECU" to the ECU's sensor ground, pin 24 (Green/​Black) on a 1G ECU or pin 92 (Black) on a 2G ECU.  This is also present under the hood at the MAF, TPS, MDP and coolant temp sensors.
  
-If the sensor is a 5V sensor that draws little current, like a MAP sensor, connect the sensor'​s power, signal and ground connections to the input side of the buffer circuit assembly. If the sensing device, such as a wideband, has its own power and ground, connect only the sensing device'​s signal wire to the input side of the buffer. In either case, you still must provide +5V and GND to the buffer circuit ​on the output side and you must then insulate any unused wires.+If the sensor is a 5V sensor that draws little current, like a MAP sensor, connect the sensor'​s power, signal and ground connections to the input side of the buffer circuit assembly. If the sensing device, such as a wideband, has its own power and ground, connect only the sensing device'​s signal wire to the input side of the buffer. In either case, you still must provide +5V and GND to the buffer circuit and you must then insulate any unused wires.
  
  
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