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I'll try it

Originally Posted by boosted View Post
Here is the procedure for bypassing the klr.That is assuming you don't have spark.You could try it, if you don't have access to another klr box.
Have you checked to make sure you have fuel and spark?Try it at your own risk.

The DME controls all the "basic" ignition timing via its' ignition maps. The KLR just
basically retards the DME timing based on a number of variables, e.g. boost, knock,
TPS, etc. The DME outputs a spark signal on pin 21 to the KLR pin 9. The KLR
"decides" the retard amount and outputs the signal on pin 16 to the DME pin 32.
The 944 can run without the KLR by just jumping pins 21 & 32 of the DME
or pins 9 & 16 of the KLR.
Thanks boosted
Great information to know.
I have fuel pressure and the noid light says the injectors are cycling, Just no spark at all. I'll give it a try when I go up tommorrow afternoon.
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