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SAFC-2 install questions on EF

Old 05-31-2005, 02:30 AM
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alright so im trying to install my safc-2 into my EF.... i had this in my EG but i didnt have the pinouts like i had with that...i printed a chart off of "effin works.com" that they put out for the MPFI swap... so i have most of it figured out.... but someone please help me figure the rest out.... and tell me if im right with the stuff i think i got figured out....

1. ok so i have the brown/black ground wires figured out because there are about 10 different ground pins on the ecu

2. green wire- is the RPM wire... but i cant find what it would be on the chart

3. gray wire- TPS wire... well, there are a couple different ones it could hook up to, so which one would it be? on the chart it says it could be
c7 ( throttle (position) angle sensor)
c12 (PA sensor/ignition timing adjusting connector/TA sensor/TPS sensor/TW sensor)
C13 (PA sensor/(TPS sensor)
so im guessing its probably the C7 pin? because it has nothing else attached to it or whatever

4. red wire- power supply... i havnt found a pin on here for that power supply... could i just hook it up to like one of the injector wires for power or where is a good one to splice into

5. and i dont have a knocking sensor so i dont have to hook up the purple wire.

6. what the hell kind of sensor do i have for the pressure sensor.... im guessing its the karman? and what wires on the SAFC hook up to which on the ECU... again there is three pins it could go to...
C14-green/white
C15-yellow/red
C11-white 1
which one do i splice my two wires into? the white one?


if you can offer any info that would be great... or if you could point me in any informative links it would be well appreciated..... thanks for looking atleast
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Old 05-31-2005, 03:40 PM
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come on...
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Old 06-13-2005, 04:04 PM
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Old 06-15-2005, 12:00 PM
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Default Re: SAFC-2 install questions on EF

This is how i wired my safc2 for my zc with pm7 ecu. Found it on some forum. The only difference is that i didnt connect the orange power cable.

Here is the configuration to install a A'Pexi V-AFC to an OBD-0 ecu.
I hope this helps out everyone who is in need of this.

V-AFC VTEC controller | ECU PIN location

[1]Red & Orange wire
[a]splice/connect to A15 (yellow/black)

[2]Green wire RPM signal
[a]splice/connect to B15 (white1)

[3]Pink wire VTEC signal output
[a]to VTEC solenoid (green/yellow)

[4]Purple wire VTEC signal input
[a] not used on PM6 ecu

[5]Blue wire VTM signal
not used on PM6 ecu

[6]Gray wire Throttle signal
[a] splice/connect to C7 (red/blue wire)

[7]Yellow wire Pressure signal output
[a]cut/connect to C11 ECU side harness Si/Hf = white1 , DX = orange

[8]White wire Pressure signal input
[a]cut/connect to C11 ENGINE side
harness Si/Hf = white1 , DX = orange

[9]Black wire Ground
[a]splice/connect to A16 (brown/black wire)Engine side harness

[10]Brown wire Ground
[a]splice/connect to A16 (brown/black wire)has to be connected closer to the ECU
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