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Jean-Marc

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  1. Jean-Marc

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Loren, Something funny happened with my race car and I don't know what it is... The RPM should have been a white wire and the throttle position a yellow and black. I could never find the yellow and black but I did find the white and guess what... NOTHING was logging. I finally got the RPM signal from the violet/green wire in the OBD II plug, conveniently located in the middle of the rear section. Thanks for everything! JM No, it's a cup car so the OBD II plug is in the middle, behind the only seat. JM
  2. Jean-Marc

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Loren, Something funny happened with my race car and I don't know what it is... The RPM should have been a white wire and the throttle position a yellow and black. I could never find the yellow and black but I did find the white and guess what... NOTHING was logging. I finally got the RPM signal from the violet/green wire in the OBD II plug, conveniently located in the middle of the rear section. Thanks for everything! JM
  3. Jean-Marc

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Close but no cigar yet. It's the diagram that shows every pin that goes in the DME e.g. pin 80 = rpm signal pin 81 = ... etc My manuals (pdf versions...) has everything except that! I have the 964 and 993 manuals and they have a very simple page with a view of the connector and next to each pin the function... TIA JM This, but for the 2001 GT3, is what I'm looking for (and it may be that it's very similar for the Gt3 to what is here below...) This for a 1999 C2. You didn't mention what year car you have. 1 - Heating of HO2S after TWC 2 - Idle air control valve, closing coil 3 - Fuel injector, cylinder 1 4 - Fuel injector, cylinder 2 5 - Fuel injector, cylinder 3 6 - Ground point 9 7 - EVAP canister shutoff valve 8 - Check Engine MIL 9 - not assigned 10 - not assigned 11 - not assigned 12 - Crash signal (airbag) 13 - knock sensor 1 (cyl. 1-3) 14 - Medium pressure switch (A/C) 15 - Intake air temperature sensor 16 - Engine compartment temperature sensor 17 - Signal, mass air flow sensor 18 - Signal, H02S 2 ahead of TWC 19 - Signal, HO2S 1 ahead of TWC 20 - Ground, speed sender 21 - Signal, camshaft position sensor 1 + 2 22 - Ignition coil, cyl. 4 terminal 1 23 - Ignition coil, cyl. 3 terminal 1 24 - Ignition coil, cyl. 5 terminal 1 25 - Camshaft adjustment, bank 2 26 - Terminal 30 27 - Triggering of DME relay, terminal 85 28 - Ground, electronic system (shield) 29 - Idle air control valve opening coil 30 - Heating of HO2S ahead of TWC 31 - Fuel injector, cylinder 6 32 - Fuel injector, cylinder 4 33 - Fuel injector, cylinder 5 34 - Ground, sender 35 - Coolant fan, stage 1 36 - Coolant fan, stage 2 37 - Triggering of relay (terminal 85), secondary air pump 38 - Version coding (ground for Tiptronic) 39 - Fuel reserve pilot light 40 - not assigned 41 - Knock sensor 2 (cyl. 4-6) 42 - Automatic I/M test 43 - not assigned 44 - Signal, throttle position sensor 45 - Ground, mass air flow sensor 46 - Ground, oxygen sensors 47 - 5-volt supply for mass air flow sensor 48 - Nominal engine torque to TC control module 49 - Ignition coil, cyl. 1 terminal 1 50 - Ignition coil, cyl. 6 terminal 1 51 - Ignition coil, cyl. 2 terminal 1 52 - Camshaft adjustment, bank 1 53 - 5-volt supply, throttle position sensor 54 - Voltage supply for various components 55 - Ground, ignition 56 - Terminal 15 57 - not assigned 58 - Actual engine torque from TC control module 59 - Tuning flap (intake manifold switchover) 60 - Programming voltage 61 - EVAP canister purge valve 62 - A/C compressor On 63 - Triggering of fuel pump relay (terminal 85) 64 - not assigned 65 - Relay of engine compartment purge fan (terminal 85) 66 - Start-inhibit relay (terminal 85) 67 - not assigned 68 - Position switch/clutch switch 69 - A/C compressor requirement 70 - not assigned 71 - Ground, knock sensors 72 - Tank pressure sensor 73 - Oil temperature sensor 74 - Engine coolant temperature sensor 75 - not assigned 76 - Signal, H025 2 after TWC 77 - Signal, H025 1 after TWC 78 - Signal, rpm crankshaft position sensor 79 - Speed signal from ABS control module 80 - Speed signal output 81 - not assigned 82 - Coolant level 83 - Fuel gauge 84 - not assigned 85 - CAN low 86 - CAN high 87 - L wire 88 - K wire
  4. Jean-Marc

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Can someone please let me know the pin code on the pre 2001 ECU? I can't find it in any of my manuals and need it for a data logger - this is for a cup car but until 2001 the ecus were the same THX JM
  5. I'm working on the same projects for my wife's Cayenne S and my dad's 2003... Call Eli at Pelican Parts. He says you just need 2 harnesses and the Litronics (ebay is a good place for that)... JM
  6. Has anyone succesffull upgraded an 03 car to Litronics? I've read all the posts and it would seem that new harnesses are needed on both sides of the car - possibly not that big a deal... Would love first hand feedback and part numbers if you have them... I also mailed Eli at Pelican and Gert. If I get anything back I'll post for all to see. I'd like to do this over xmas. JM
  7. So guys, was this thread ever closed? Has anyone figured it out?
  8. Guys, I remember that Gert and a group were trying to figure it out. Anyone cracked the nut? Looking for a Xmas present for my dad and if I knew how to do it, I think that he would love this in his 2003 996 JM
  9. Thanks. Very interesting but I need H3B lights Worth looking at through! All the best JM
  10. Guys, Has anyone tried to install a Xenon retrofit kit other than the Porsche OEM? I am very interested in doing it in my F360 and can't find anyone who's done it to talk about it... TIA JM
  11. The High Speed has the same 2 wires as the one I sold you. The only worry I have is whether I need to install some electric circuit in-between the radio and the phone. i also have a blue tooth earpiece but hate it... Plus with an 8700 RPM redline V8, the earpiece blocks some of the music ;) We need to talk about Quaker... JM
  12. Guys, I purchased a 360 Modena in the Uk and want to install a traffic pro high speed and Nokia blue tooth car kit. I was wondering if I could run the sound from the phone through the radio rather than a seperate speaker. I seem to remember doing that a few years back but I'm really not sure anymore... Can someone help? Oh and BTW, if someone has done this in a 360, please e-mail me... TIA JM jrotsaert@btinternet.com
  13. I have a cable ready made. It's not as simple as it seems. You need to build a frequency converter in the wire. See details at http://www.cb-racing.com/logger-installation.htm I recommend that you e-mail Christopher Brown at CB Racing He did it for his Boxster and sold me the same that he had done (version 1 did not have the frequency converted and did not work well) All the best JM
  14. Many thanks for taking the time to do this for me. See the issue, is that my calipers are currently off (had them powder coated red) and I couldn't find out how to get the cylinders to pop out gently... I guess I'll do it once they will be connected to the brake system Thanks again JM
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