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Old 04-03-2004, 01:37 AM   #1
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Question E-Manage Injector Harness

Ok so I just found out that the harness that I thought was the injector harness, was actually just the main harness. So all I have is the ignition and main harness. Doesn't really matter because I'm sure I can work with it.

Does the injector harness completely replace the main harness? If it completely replaces it, does it have the RPM, MAP, TPS, Ignition, ground (blah blah blah) in addition to the Injector Channel wires? Looking at THIS diagram, it shows that the injector harness only has the Injector Channel and ground wires. Does this mean I don't have to use the RPM, MAP, TPS, etc... wires?
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Old 04-03-2004, 01:40 AM   #2
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What I've done is relocated 5 extra wires from the ignition harness to the main harness where the Injector Channel terminals and ground are. This is what I'm supposed to do, right?
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Old 04-03-2004, 01:42 AM   #3
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......wait, you got your emanage?!?!
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Old 04-03-2004, 01:48 AM   #4
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Man Vic, you don't even know! I've been wondering for the last 5 hours what the deal was with my harness and I JUST found out it's not even an injector harness! I suck!

But this can be fixed easily, if it hasn't been already. *crosses fingers...

BTW, what time is it over there in California? 10-11pm? There might be hope!

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From the look of that pic, that harness is JUST for the inectors. So you would tap into the lines on the loom under the dash.

You DEFINITELY would still need the other sensors, does the emanage bring its own? Oh wait, isn't it a piggyback? Then it should just splice inline with the stock ecu, (kinda like what my J&S was)
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Old 04-03-2004, 02:08 AM   #6
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Yeah, figured that. Wasn't sure if the E-Manage utilizes PFM technology.... But yeah, the wires tap right into the factory harness. (You know... how the real men do it)

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All you need is the ignition harness and the main harness. The extra wires from the igniton harness plug into the main harness to control the injectors.
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Cool thats what I did. I guess I'll try it tomorrow and see how things go.

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