Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 23:30:59 GMT
From: matsandnopsamet.se (Mats Andersson)
Subject: Re: Computer monitoring socket on a 99 Turbo


On Fri, 03 Apr 1998 18:07:50 GMT, stickynopsam.demon.co.uk (David R. McCafferty) wrote: >hi >on my 99 Turbo there is a socket next to the fuses and relays that you >can plug some sort of a computer into does anybody know the pin out of >this plug i.e. how to make a lead to control it on a computer also >does anybody have or know of any software I can use to do this? Itīs a 7 or 6 pol aoulet (depends on model) It was designed as an easy way to connect an intrument to check the ignition, so I donīt thing that itīs such a graet idea to hook up a computer to it. Here is the pin out for it 1: Battery + (grey wire) 2: Ground (Black wire) 3: +50, (+ when the starter is running) (yellow wire) 4: +15 (+ from ignition) (green/white wire) 5: impulse (grounding) from ignition control unit (blue wire) 6: not used 7: not used Best regards /Mats

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