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You have posted in the G4+ forum, can you confirm if you have a V44 or a G4+?

On this ECU Ign 3 is generally used for the A/C clutch and Ign 4 is connected to the Fans.  Are you prepared to lose these functions?

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You have posted in the G4+ forum, can you confirm if you have a V44 or a G4+?

On this ECU Ign 3 is generally used for the A/C clutch and Ign 4 is connected to the Fans.  Are you prepared to lose these functions?

Sorry for the mistake, could you move topic to right forum?

a\c don't needed...

could you tell on what pin need to conect coils?

1coil - to xx pin

2coil - to

And how to adjust it in software, these settings aren't active at me?

 

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Cylinder #1 to pin 10

Cylinder #2 to pin 23

Cylinder #3 to pin 22

Cylinder #4 to pin 20

Make sure there are no wires connected to pin 32 and pin 34 (these connect internally to pin 20 and are normally connected to fans).

 

If you are online to a live ECU, set ignition mode to direct spark, do a store, then power cycle the ECU, the ignition drives should then all be correctly assigned to Ignition.

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Cylinder #1 to pin 10

Cylinder #2 to pin 23

Cylinder #3 to pin 22

Cylinder #4 to pin 20

Make sure there are no wires connected to pin 32 and pin 34 (these connect internally to pin 20 and are normally connected to fans).

 

If you are online to a live ECU, set ignition mode to direct spark, do a store, then power cycle the ECU, the ignition drives should then all be correctly assigned to Ignition.

Thks!!!!

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