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speedyxjs

posted on 4/12/14 at 09:28 PM Reply With Quote
ECU pin connectors

Hi all

My trike project has taken a back seat for (quite) a few months but as i have a a whole week with no staff over christmas (waiting for workshop floor paint to dry), im planning a banzai attack to move it along hopefully ready for summer. One of the things im struggling with is that my free engine came with no ECU or loom. I can get an ECU easy enough but not the loom so i thought id make my own. Problem is the Ford ECU has male pin connectors and i can't find any way of connecting a loom unless i solder each wire to each pin. Before i attempt this route, i thought id see if anyone knew of any connectors i could use to connect to Ford Granada Scorpio 2.9 automatic 87-90 ECU 86GB-12A650-BD 6GBD 86GB12A650BD





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big_wasa

posted on 4/12/14 at 09:44 PM Reply With Quote
Its a 64 pin ecu. Any ford eeciv loom before 1997 will be a 64 pin loom and the pins can be moved around in the shell if you know the pin outs for your ecu.


The 104 pin pins are much thinner.

[Edited on 4/12/14 by big_wasa]

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speedyxjs

posted on 4/12/14 at 09:58 PM Reply With Quote
Awesome! Thanks





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