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"Again, check for the wire numbers on the wires. You can check the wiring diagram on this site (look on the main page or do a search) to see which wire numbers go to which cylinder numbers.

If you can't find the numbers on the wires, you can unplug the big connector from the ECU (brain) and use a continuity tester to check which wire goes to which pin on the ECU connector. The connector pins are numbered in order from one end (forget which end).

You can use the same techniques to figure out which connector is for the intake air temp sensor (Temp Sensor I), and which for the Cold Start Valve. The Thermo-Time Switch may only have one connector (74 or earlier) or two (75-76).



Thanks for this information. I'm going to need it when I reinstall my fuel injectors. I labelled mine when I disconnected them but then I removed the injectors completely when I realized that two of them were for a 1.7L (my car is a 2.0). I tested all of the d-jet electricals at the ECU plug but it didn't dawn on me that I could figure out the correct fuel injector connections by this method.

Old 10-03-1999, 12:58 PM
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