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  1. JoseD

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Does anyone know what's the pin #/wire for the tach signal at the DME for a MY04 GT3? Just as I quoted above - it is easiest to take it off the OBD II connector. If you must take off the DME it is pin D17 (same violet/green wire. Thanks Loren.
  2. JoseD

    GT3 ECU Pins

    Does anyone know what's the pin #/wire for the tach signal at the DME for a MY04 GT3?
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