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Old 09-03-2013, 03:31 AM   #26
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The ej257 in the 05 sti motor in the car.
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Old 01-17-2014, 03:32 PM   #27
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Help me my fellow friends I am doing version 7 swap here it is 02 Wrx usdm harness,jdm engine jdm ecu both version 7. what is the diagram for the repinning havin a hard time getting the car to fire.will the diagram up top work for my swap or is it for Australian cars? I tired the diagram no go??? Help a brother out
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Old 01-19-2014, 02:46 PM   #28
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help me out bros icant get the wiring hook up and car wont fire any ideas?
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:54 PM   #29
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All the info in this thread pertaining to the AVCS is correct. That is all that you need to change on a 02-05 USDM WRX to make a JDM STi engine work.

On some JDM engines there is an intake temp sensor that is under the intercooler that needs to be unplugged to make the car run. Check for that and if it is there unplug it and everything should work.

Without changing or adding anything tied to the AVCS the car should be able to start and run with either the USDM ECU or the JDM ECU.

PM me if you have any further questions.
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Old 03-24-2014, 07:46 PM   #30
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help me out bros icant get the wiring hook up and car wont fire any ideas?
So did you get it fixed? Was it the little plug under the TB?
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Old 08-18-2014, 11:06 PM   #31
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Does anyone have the wire color pin out on the E1 Connector (Engine side). It was cut off on the EJ207 that I purchased. I have the old connector and pins but I need to know where the wires were supposed to go to.
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Old 08-19-2014, 12:53 PM   #32
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Pin 1, Crank Position Sensor, W, Connects to OrL
Pin 2, Crank Position Sensor, B, Connects to WL
Pin 3, Cam Position Sensor, R, Connects to Or
Pin 4, Cam Position Sensor, G, Connects to W
Pin 6, Knock Sensor, Y, Connects to RL
Pin 7, ACTIVE VALVE CONTROL ANGLE SENSOR LH, B, Connects to WL
Pin 8, ACTIVE VALVE CONTROL ANGLE SENSOR RH, W, Connects to Or
Pin 9, ACTIVE VALVE CONTROL ANGLE SENSOR RH, G, Connects to W
Pin 10, ACTIVE VALVE CONTROL ANGLE SENSOR LH, R, Connects to OrL
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Old 08-24-2014, 10:07 AM   #33
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Alright wiring masters, let's see if you can tackle this one.
I'm trying to get my jdm ej205 w/Avcs working in The saabaru.
My engine harness was also hacked off at the big connectors and I did not get the
Plugs. so I have the connectors for both cam sensors and both solenoids but basically need to know what terminals on the cam sensors/solenoids go to what terminal holes on the 3 big connectors. I have been using random wires so colors won't help me much.
I'm sure the IA performance Avcs engine harness would be a quick solution but I want to see if I can get it done myself. Just can't seem to figure this part out.
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Old 12-13-2014, 11:33 AM   #34
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I just swapped JDm V8 engine and transmission in to my 05 Saab Aero Wagon.
I made the AvCS Wireing myself ( I have a IAP Performance instructions that they send with their kits)
I did switch pins on drivers side plug (black plug behind battery)
I switch pins in ECU plug According to DS 1 instructions.
I unplug Air temp sensor on intake

But according to IAP instructions there is 5 wires on Ecu side of their kit and 4 on passenger side plug engine bay.
They claim to plug the 5 wire in number 14 on Ecu plug.
They describe it as Shielded wire ground ( bare wire)
In the FAQ question they explain :
The shielded wiring bundle is a 4 wire cluster with 1 ground wire at Ecu end. The ground wire is intentionally bare wire with a piece of blue shrink tubing to signify it . Simply instal it do not fret that it is bare.


I didn't do this #14 pin
So as I understand from reading this I just take a bare wire attach a Ecu pin to it and stick it to #14 on
Ecu and leave it hanging there bare???!!!
Haw long it shudl be?

The reason I'm mentioning all of this is because my car runs Not right when AVCS is hooked up.... Like there is something missing.it runs low Rpm when idling like is missing fuel. When driven it feels like it is starving for fuel.
When I dysconect AVCs wires it runs great but no AVCS.

What can I do here?
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Old 12-13-2014, 10:51 PM   #35
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Old 02-21-2015, 11:52 AM   #36
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The shielding will not work if it is not grounded. This wire needs to be connected to the shielding of those wires. Otherwise, you will have EMF noise from AC current emitted from the AVCS solenoids. Unless the shield is grounded, you have unsheilded wire.
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Old 10-20-2015, 04:20 AM   #37
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Here is a little diagram of what I made a few years ago when doing my 04' JDM EJ207 STI swap in my 02' USDM WRX. The shop that helped me over the phone is S.w.a.p.shop but used to be known as JDMSpecC. Hope this helps anyone else with current or future swaps. This is for wiring up AVCS exc...
So getting ready to do this myself. Is this good for v7 and v8 ecu?



2002 WRX ECU

Add Wires:

E1 Plug (Light Gray)(Located just above the turbo) to E:B84 (located at the ECU/ECM)

E1: 5 to B84:15
E1: 8 to B84: 9
E1: 9 to B84: 3
E1: 10 to B84: 2

Relocate Pins:

E:B84

Plug 4 to 6
Plug 5 to 12
Plug 11 to 17
Plug 10 to 16

F61 (Black Plug)(Located right behind the battery but infront of the Windshield Washer Resevouir)


Plug 5 to 1
Plug 6 to 2
Plug 7 to 3
Plug 8 to 4
So getting ready to do this myself possibly. Is this good for v7 and v8 ecu?
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Old 10-20-2015, 09:39 AM   #38
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Yeh should be
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Old 10-20-2015, 12:07 PM   #39
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You'll need to use shielded wire for the wires that go from B84 to E1. The shield goes to Pin 14 on B84.
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Old 10-20-2015, 01:18 PM   #40
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It doesn't say anything about the wire on the diagram. Is there nothing there or is the wire just for something new on the ecu?
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Old 10-20-2015, 01:21 PM   #41
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Wait so all the wires from e1 to b84 need shielded?
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Old 10-22-2015, 12:59 AM   #42
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You'll need to use shielded wire for the wires that go from B84 to E1. The shield goes to Pin 14 on B84.
So do I need one shield wire or all of them?
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Old 10-29-2015, 06:33 PM   #43
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So from b84 to e1 plug can I use one shield wire with 4 wires in it because I have one or would I have to use all different shields?
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Old 11-19-2015, 08:56 PM   #44
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Here is a little diagram of what I made a few years ago when doing my 04' JDM EJ207 STI swap in my 02' USDM WRX. The shop that helped me over the phone is S.w.a.p.shop but used to be known as JDMSpecC. Hope this helps anyone else with current or future swaps. This is for wiring up AVCS exc...



2002 WRX ECU

Add Wires:

E1 Plug (Light Gray)(Located just above the turbo) to E:B84 (located at the ECU/ECM)

E1: 5 to B84:15
E1: 8 to B84: 9
E1: 9 to B84: 3
E1: 10 to B84: 2

Relocate Pins:

E:B84

Plug 4 to 6
Plug 5 to 12
Plug 11 to 17
Plug 10 to 16

F61 (Black Plug)(Located right behind the battery but infront of the Windshield Washer Resevouir)


Plug 5 to 1
Plug 6 to 2
Plug 7 to 3
Plug 8 to 4
If you follow this do you still need the ia performance kit?
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Old 11-20-2015, 12:04 AM   #45
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This the alternative to ia. I highly recommend doing the ia route fwiw.
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:54 AM   #46
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If you did go this route what are you using to plug into the sensors and soleniods?
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