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jono smith

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  1. Thats great, thanks. How would I know if it is getting interference? Â Also this is the diagram for my coils, I would just connect the pcm ground to the body of the car too, yes? http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c159/foto_choppa/imagejpeg_2_zps871d8513.jpg Thanks
  2. Â hi all, i have a question....how close is too close? i've read the manual and i know it says to not mount the coils/igniters on or next to the ecu. the coils i have are inbuilt igniter type. this is about the only location i could find that would work as i really do not want them in the engine bay, i think this is the best compromise between lead length and hidden coils. just want to make sure this is workable. will this cause interferance with the ecu at this distance? also i was thinking if i made sort of a faraday cage around them that might also help reduce interferance? the leads are going straight foward, behind the heater and away from the ecu.
  3. And I'm talking about fuel level in the tank, not fuel pressure.
  4. Its 2 wires so would I just do 5v in and have the second wire go to sensor input on ecu then?
  5. Its 2 wires so would I just do 5v in and have the second wire go to sensor input on ecu then?
  6. hey, i have an extreme with displaylink in my toyota soarer. completley replaced the dash with the display link. i was wondering if i could put the signal from the factory level sender in the tank into a digital input on the ecu that the display could show a reading for? if so how could i wire it?
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