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Field SFC Connections

Old 11-02-2003, 02:14 PM
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directions im using...
http://asia.vtec.net/beystock/field/...1_sfcv0h1.html

im an -------....im having a few problems getting this bitch to work.. i have a msd ignition on my b16, the wire where im supposed to connect the rpm signal to is cut at the ecu and even when i connect it the rpm on the sfc still reads 0000 also the vtec signal, vtm line, speed sensor, and sensor line have two different color wires going to them..do i connect both or pick one and do i just pray to get lucky if i pick one? so far i all i have connected is power to it and i didnt even connect that to the ecu because when ever i turned it on it made the car idle all fucked up so i just connected that striaght to the ignition power on the drivers side....some one please help me before i hurt myself.... ha thanks
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Old 11-02-2003, 10:52 PM
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Ok Yayo here is what you do...

1-Tap into the rpm wire just behind the ECU connector.DO NOT CUT THAT WIRE.Use a T tap connector.

2-Find the map sensor wire on the ECU plug.Cut it and take the wire frome the ECU plug end and connect it to the orange frome the SFC.

3-Take the other end of that wire and hook it up to the brown wire comming out of the SFC

4-Find the speed sensor wire on the ECU plug.Cut it and hook up the wire frome the ECU plug to the purple wire out of the SFC.

5-Take the other end of that wire and hook it up to the light blue wire out of the SFC.

6-Find the VTM wire on the ECU plug.Cut it and hook up the wire frome the ECU pug to the white/green wire out of the SFC.

7-take the other end of the VTM wire and cap it.You dont need to connect the other side.

8-Find the VTEC signal wire on the ECU plug.Cut it and hook up the wire frome the ECU plug to the yellow wire frome the SFC.

9-Take the other end of the wire and hook it up to the blue wire frome the SFC.

Hope that helps.Just make shure the dip switches are set correctly.Take your time and dont cut the wire harness to close to the ECU plugs.
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Old 11-03-2003, 03:34 PM
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