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hello I found it,  prease the Internet!

 

bye Theodoor



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hello,

can anyone tell me the wiring from the ignitor and coil? , ignitor  has 4 pins, coil 2

i need to know which color is on which pin?

see photo for the ignitor:

 

derict link: http://www.freebits.nl/images/914DSCN2293_Medium_.jpg

maybe someone can take a photo off his/hers cars ignitor

thanks very much

 

oh car is a swift/Justy 1,3 ltr tbi , 1997

 

best regards Theodoor



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Yes you can. If you look at your photograph above the pin marked SDL, is the Serial Data Link. That should be wired to pin 9 of a J1962 (OBD2 type) connector with +12V on pin 16 and 0V on pins 4 and 5.



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Hello, 

It's holiday so i back on the efi project.

According to the manual the ecu has a cel light,

But Can i fit a obd socket to the harnes, and read the ecu with Rhinoview?

 

Thkx Theodoor



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1997 will be OBD1

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hello is my ecu odb1 of odb2?

thjanks Theodoor

 



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On the Swift the diode is in the wiring harness.



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hello

according the wiringdiagram there is a diode for the electric loads.

so when rear defogger or lighting switched on, the engine idles up.

does anyone know if this diode is in the ecu or somewhere in the wiring harnass?

there against the power steering pressure switch is wired directly in the ecu.

thanks for replying

Theodoor



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Hello

YES, this manual looks ver good to me.

There are some minor color diffrence between manual and ecu, But i will manage....

Thanks very much, Rhinoman!

I will post my findings here.

 

Theodoor



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Hi
I think this is the manual that you require:

http://www.rhinoman.org/manuals/Swift/99501-80E00.pdf

 



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hello Rhinoman,

did you find anything?

I have checked the wiring dragrams from this website:

http://metroxfi.com/2008/11/geo-metro-and-suzuki-swift-wiring-diagrams/

but these are all not good. I think my ECu is especially for justy, 4wd

 

Gtz Theodoor



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The ECU uses the same PCB as the Swift 68E00 PCB, I will try and find out which FSM applies to this.

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here a complete photo

 

thanks Theodoor



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Full part number is 33920-69E50



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Hi
It looks like it shares the same architecture as a Swift, can you please post a photo of the complete circuit board?

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see photos:( I hope this link works)

@fordem: I donnot know what you mean by one more character, but you can check the photo.

@Rhinoman, engine is a G13B, TBI, with only a camshaftsensor, no crankshaft sensor, no airco, with powersteering, with egr.

and I dont know if it has 1 or 2  O2 sensors in the exhaust.

 

direct link: http://www.freebits.nl/images/607IMG_5047_Large__tn.jpg

and http://www.freebits.nl/images/290IMG_5049_Large__tn.jpg

 

thanks Theodoor

 



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Leeuwent - the ECU part number should have one more character - 33920-69E5? - it will have a sort of reversed video block around it



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Welcome to the forum. The Denso ECUs usually have the pin designations marked on the circuit board. If you can post a picture of the board then I may be able to match it to a Swift ECU, is it a TBI or an MPI?



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Hello everyone,

My name is theodoor and i am from the netherlands,

I'm driving a sj413 with a Stagnating carburator so i bought an G13 engine with injection to swap

It with the carburator. The engine is from a 1997 subaru justy 4wd, these are the same as a swift.

My problem is to find the pinout from the ecu. Specs on the label:

1.3 4WD EEC, 33920-69E5, C0, Denso, it has 3 connectors, 26, 16 and 22 pins

 

Can any one help me?

Thanks Theodoor



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