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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-02-2003, 06:49 AM
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EFI Sami wiring question

I recently towed in a 92 sami with factory efi. Didn't have the ecu so purchased one. It now turns over and with a little ether wants to start but get no fuel. There are three sets of wires near the ecu. Two have relays attached and the third come out into a plastic coupler (two wires into this) Strange to only have two wires if it would have gone into a relay. I somehow think that there is a missing item there that may solve my problem. Also have an 88.5 but it does not seem to have any of this (maybe I just haven't dug deep enouogh). Does anyone know what should be there. I sort of thought it might be a fuel pump switch so that if you turned over would shut off.
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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

Hey Shirlock,

fill out your Bio.... let's know where you're at, perhaps there's someone in your area that could give some assistance. As for the 3rd set of 2 wires... what guage are they? I think that they should be a 12 and a 10 guage. If so, I believe they have to do with the main battery supply.

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Check the fuel pump ground which ties into a common ground that bolts up on your thermostat housing, they usally break or get loose there... Good Luck
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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

I went and took a couple of pictures. the first has a pen pointing to that connector. Yes the wires are around 10 ga and yellow and black-see picture. What would happen if I jumped between the two connections? Now that I look at the form, I am not sure how I am going to get those pics posted. New to this .
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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

Leve on the SWB forum posted this not long ago:

1. You must reduce the File size to 100k or less...
2. Import the file into a another Graphics program.
3. I suggest Irfanview
4. Save the file in JPG or GIF format.
5. In the ORC Forum make your post as normal
6. At the bottom of the post you'll see a check box saying: "I want to preview my post and/or attach a file"
7. Click on continue.
8. You must know where the file is at on your hard disk.
9. Then a Preview Post window will open with your message.
10. At the bottom is a line saying: "You may attach a file if you like (no bigger than 100001 bytes please). "
11. To it's left is a "browse" button.
12. Click the "Browse" button.
13. A Choose File dialog box will open.
14. Navigate and double left click on the the file you want to post.
15. Now the Submit the message.
16. Now go and open your own message.
17. You'll see a "attachment" note to the right of the title.
18. Right click on the word "Attachment."
20 Select: Open in new window.
21. This opens a new IExplorer window.
22. Make sure you're in the Original Window.
23. Click on "Edit" to edit your own post.
24. Once the Edit fields open up you can now insert the photo in your message.
25. Switch windows to the session where the photo shows.
26. Copy the address of the photo.
26. You can right click on the photo and select properties.
27. It will also show you the URL.
28. Now switch back to the Original session.
29. Position the Cursor where you want the photo to show.
30 Now Insert the UBB Code by clicking on "Image"...
30 Copy the URL into the dialog box that opens, overwrite the "http://" that shows up.
31. Then click on Change this post.
32. You're done.

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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

I'll get a look and send you a note later.... DON'T SPLICE THEM you're sure to short something out [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]

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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

very nice Duckie. One thing to add to that post, however:

there is no such thing as "Infranview". It "Irfanview" and you can find it here:

Irfanview

I have poked at that program and its a very nice freeware tool for manipulating pix for this forum.

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Re: EFI Sami wiring question

Opps...
Fixed. And I corrected the spelling errors! [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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