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Old October 31st, 2006, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default TPI ECM wiring. What stays hot?

Should my ignition kill everything to the ECM, or should I leave power to it? I have 3 different + inputs, and I have a pinout. ANyone know?
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Old October 31st, 2006, 07:11 PM   #2
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pink & black is keyed power
solid pink is + battery power
pink & white is keyed power

given you have one color I have no clue what the pin outs are from here.
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pink & black is keyed power
solid pink is + battery power
pink & white is keyed power

given you have one color I have no clue what the pin outs are from here.

I have a pinout that matches your wires to the terminal. thanks

is the constant power needed for the "learn" function?
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is the constant power needed for the "learn" function?
Yes. Your F.I. will "learn" how much fuel the engine wants in different operating areas when you drive and remember it.

+ it is counting up teh clock for Y3K.
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