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Hi, Im actually changing also my PCM1 with DSP M680 against a aftermarket navigation system / radio. Originally the amplifier was connected to PCM1 via DSP Data and DSP ground. I have bought now the DSP panel and wired it up according the wiring diagram, but the clock and interrupt line from the amplifier in the trunk are not present (White black and white blue). I guess they should be in the black connector. Question: Is the amplifier the same in both situations and only the two cables are missing in the wiring harness? Is it possibly to get the pins and rewire the wiring harness (I know, not an easy job with the small connector). Or do I have to exchange the amplifier against a M490?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2005-2008-PORSCHE-911-TURBO-997-OEM-INTERIOR-TO-ENGINE-WIRE-HARNESS-CONNECT-PLUG-/231457607374?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Make%3APorsche&hash=item35e3f2cece&vxp=mtr But it is quite expensive in shipment
Hi, Im searching a connector (which is on the wiring harness of the engine) to connect to the lower X59/1 connector. Does anyone know where to get it?
Hi, in parallel I tried to fine one from the 997 but the only one I can find is from the 996. Maybe I have to search for a longer period, but if anyone would have one it would be very nice to get it. The 997 pedal fit's very good into the position of the 997. That's the reason why I want to go for it.
Hi, I want to use the pedal in a 996 to control an inverter. The car will be converted to be electric. But I need to build a electronic to go with the signal from the accelerator pedal to the controller. It would be nice to know how it works and which of the pins are for power supply and how the signal looks like which comes out.
Ok, but do you have a kind of pinout for it or how it works? Thanks in advance.
Good question, it's a used pedal from a 997 model which will be built in in my 996 electric. I would guess 2005 911 rear wheel drive, no turbo. The ebay auction details: Porsche 911 997 987 Boxster 2008 Fahrpedal Gaspedal Tiptronic 99742302102
The slider moves over the pcb on the backside. So this results in an increased number of turns or a decrease of number of turns. So this could mean a higher or lower restance, but the slider looks like graphit but it does not carry current, it has a high ohmic resistance. So the other idea could be it is magnetic, but it isn't.
A picture of the pcb in the accelerator pedal. Does anyone have the pinout?
Hi, Im searching for the pin out of a 997 accelerator pedal. I tried to measure the resistance between the pins, but I did not have a success, all are high ohmic. One possibility could be that the throttle is a hall effect throttle and not a classic poti. Does anybody have information about it for me?
Correct! But very well protected in the wiring diagram ;) Or let's say I could not find it in it.
Here is a picture of the engine compartment without engine and investigation about the signals...
Very interesting: Between 16 and 18 is the signal. It has an ohmic range from 5 bar equals 219 Ohm, 0 bar equals 9 Ohm. So simply connect these two signals together and you'll getting it to work.
Ok, I will figure out this afternoon. Do you know where to find analog ground? Some signals are referencing to it which are through the connector X59/2 and separately to analog ground. I guess it is ground of chassis but im not 100% sure. I have to try.