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Wiring to move Evo 9 Mybec with Evo 4

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Dear all,

I'm sorry for my poor English

I'm going to move EVO9 MIVEC to EVO4 with LINK G4 KUROFUNE.
I do not know the wiring to the cam angle sensor and oil feeder control valve for MIVEC.

The cam angle sensor has 12V +, 5V + and GND terminals.
Which should I connect to LINK G4's digital input?

Oil feeder control valve has 12V + and GND terminals
Which should I connect to the LINK G4 AUX output?

I'm glad if you can write a wiring diagram and tell me.
If you have a topic in the past, please let me know.

Thank you

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4 hours ago, HRK said:

The cam angle sensor has 12V +, 5V + and GND terminals.
Which should I connect to LINK G4's digital input?

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Pin 1 = ECU sensor ground (Gnd Out)

Pin 2 = ECU Digital input 1-4.

Pin 3 = Ign switched +12V source.

 

4 hours ago, HRK said:

Oil feeder control valve has 12V + and GND terminals
Which should I connect to the LINK G4 AUX output?

Polarity doesnt matter.  Connect 1 pin to ign switched +12V source, connect the second pin to ECU aux output 1-4.

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Hi,
thank you for your answer.
I tried wiring, but the cam angle sensor does not recognize
Digital input status remains OFF.

The VVT settings were made to the plug-in EVO 9 data.
 
I think that 5v + has not come to Pin 2
Is the software setting incorrect?

I'm glad to answer.

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Hi,

Thank you very much.

It was recognized when the pull up was turned on.

 

But,there is a question about the pull- up voltage.

The genuine ECU that is output to PIN2 is +5V.

The link G4 pull-up is +12V


Is this not a problem?

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7 hours ago, HRK said:

But,there is a question about the pull- up voltage.

The genuine ECU that is output to PIN2 is +5V.

The link G4 pull-up is +12V


Is this not a problem?

Correct, pull-up voltage is not a problem, as long as it is more than 1.5V the ECU will see the signal.  The sensor doesnt care so much about voltage on the signal pin, just current.  

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