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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 27-02-2014
ALARM/SIREN POSITION Position the compact alarms and the sirens in the engine compartment, under the battery support.
CENTRAL UNIT POSITION Position the modular systems and the modules under the dashboard on the drivers side.
POWER SUPPLY + 30: connect to the free faston at position 5 on the front part of the fuse box. – 31: connect with a ring terminal to one of the terminals coming out of the original power supply on the left lateral side, drivers side.
IGNITION WIRE + 15/54: connect to the YELLOW/BLACK wire of the 6 way brown connector of the fuse box.
DIRECTION INDICATORS Connect to the 1,5 mm2 GREEN/BLUE and YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the 20 way green connector at the centre of the fuse box.
CENTRAL DOORS LOCKING See diagram nr. 60 for antithefts of the Bridge serie and diagram nr. 60A for antithefts of the 3100 serie.
IMMOBILISATION POINT Fuel pump Cut the 1,5 mm2 YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the brown connector which works as a support to the grey relay of the fuel pump located to the left of the fuse box.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download 1. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS STOP! READ IMPORTANT SAFETY CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS BEFORE PROCEEDING. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Appropriate disassembly, assembly methods and procedures are essential to ensure the personal safety of the individual performing the kit installation. Improper installation due to the failure to correctly follow these instructions could cause personal injury or death. Read each step of the installation manual carefully before starting the actual installation. 1. Always wear safety glasses for eye protection. 2. Place ignition switch in the OFF position. 3. Always apply the parking brake when working on a vehicle. 4. Block the front and rear tire surface to prevent unexpected vehicle movement. 5. Operate the engine only in well-ventilated areas to avoid exposure to carbon monoxide. 6. Do not smoke or use flammable items near or around the fuel system. 7. Use chemicals and cleaners in well-ventilated areas. 8. Batteries produce explosive gases, which can cause personal injury.… Read More
Filed Under (Chrysler) by admin on 09-12-2013
DownloadModel(s): 1996-1999 Chrysler (NS) Town & Country 1996-1999 Dodge (NS) Caravan 1996-1999 Plymouth (NS) Voyager 1996-1999 Chrysler (GS) Voyager (International Market) Group: Cooling Bulletin No.: 07-02-99 Date: June 4, 1999 OVERVIEW This bulletin involves replacing the bracket that the idler pulley attaches to. SYMPTOM/CONDITION Loss of power steering assist and occurs when driving through deep snow or standing water. Snow or rain can enter the engine compartment from underneath the vehicle and force the serpentine belt off of the idler pulley. DIAGNOSIS Visually inspect the serpentine belt and idler pulley to determine if mis-alignment exists (If the serpentine belt is off the pulleys install the serpentine belt). Start the engine and let it run for one minute before checking alignment). The belt should be approximately 2mm (0.08 in.) from the inboard edge of the idler pulley ( Fig. 1 ) when alignment is correct and this bulletin does not apply. If the belt and pulley appear as in Fig.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 31-12-2013
These 5 adjustments are not active when a ME-RC Remote Control with revision 1.5 or higher is used. They are set using displays under the AGS button on the remote control. Gen Run Signal (input to pin 2 must be 10 to 40 DC volts only while generator is running); this can be the generator hour-meter or a 12vdc pilot/run light
ME-AGS relay timing for 3-Wire Mode. Magnum Energy, Inc. provides this diagram to assist in the installation of the Auto-Generator Start controller. Since the use of this diagram and the conditions or methods of installation, operation and use are beyond the control of Magnum Energy, Inc., we do not assume responsibility and expressly disclaim liability for loss, damage or expense arising out of the installation, operation and use of this unit.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download Models: 2004-2007 Buick Rainier 2003-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe 2003-2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic, TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT 2003-2006 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL 2003-2007 GMC Envoy, Envoy XL, Sierra Classic 2003-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada 2005-2007 Saab 9-7X with Four Wheel Drive or All-Wheel Drive and Active All-Wheel Drive (RPO NP4) or Active Two-Speed (RPO NP8) Transfer Case. Condition Some customers may comment on intermittent illumination of the Service 4WD light. Upon investigation, the technician may find DTC C0374 set. The customer may also comment on intermittent erratic operation of the 4WD or AWD system after driving through rain/snow or simply going through a car wash. Cause The speed sensor signal may have become corrupted. Possible openings in the speed sensor wire insulation (twisted pairs) can allow water intrusion. Also, wire connections contaminated by water may result in short circuits and erroneous speed sensor readings. This most often occurs on the rear speed sensor circuit.… Read More
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 03-12-2013
Download ALARM/SIREN POSITION Position the compact alarms and the sirens in the engine compartment on the support located on the left of the driver’s side shock absorber column. CENTRAL UNIT POSITION Position the modular systems and the modules under the dashboard, driver’s side. POWER SUPPLY + 30: connect to the 3 mm2 RED supply wire of the BSI operating central. – 31: connect directly with a cable terminal to the car body. As alternative, connect directly to the negative pole of the battery. IGNITION WIRE + 15/54: connect to the wire located at the position nr. 4 of the 26 way light blue connector coming out of the BSI operating central. DIRECTION INDICATORS Connect to the wires located at the positions nr. 10 and nr.11 in the 16 way black connector coming out of the BSI operating central. ELECTRIC WINDOWS Negative control signal Windows with automatism To make the windows locking it is necessary to transmit a negative control.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 03-04-2014
Vehicle: 2000-2001 Acura Integra, 1998-1999 Acura 2.3CL, 1996-2000 Honda Civic.
Engine wiring harness: 1999-2002 Honda Accord V6 J30A1, 1999 Acura CL 3.0L J30A, 2001-2003 Acura CL 3.2L J32A1 (auto harness only), 1999-2003 Acura TL 3.2L J32A1, 2002-2003 Acura CL/TL 3.2L Type S J32A2 (auto harness only), 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey 3.5L J35A4.
The AEM Engine Management System (EMS) is the result of extensive development on a wide variety of cars. Each system is engineered for the particular application. The AEM EMS differs from all others in several ways. The EMS is a stand alone system, which completely replaces the factory ECU and features unique Plug and Play Technology, which means that each system is configured especially for your make and model of car without any jumper harnesses. There is no need to modify your factory wiring harness and in most cases your car may be returned to stock in a matter of minutes.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 02-01-2014
Download EMS P/N 30-6051 (4 cylinder Acura/Honda vehicle with 6 cylinder engine and harness swap) Vehicle: 2000-2001 Acura Integra 1998-1999 Acura 2.3CL 1996-2000 Honda Civic Engine wiring harness: 1999-2002 Honda Accord V6 J30A1 1999 Acura CL 3.0L J30A 2001-2003 Acura CL 3.2L J32A1 (auto harness only) 1999-2003 Acura TL 3.2L J32A1 2002-2003 Acura CL/TL 3.2L Type S J32A2 (auto harness only) 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey 3.5L J35A4. Wiring accessories to the EMS: Please follow this suggested wiring diagram when adding/retaining original accessories such as the speedometer, reverse lockout, UEGO gauges, MAP sensors, IAT sensors, or switches for use with the EMS. Note that wire polarity is not important for the Air Temperature sensor. 1) Install AEMTuner software onto your PC The latest version of the AEMTuner software can be downloaded from the AEMTuner section of the AEM Performance Electronics forums. Series 2 units are not supported by the older AEMPro tuning software.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 24-11-2013
Download Parts REQUIRED for the install Description Snap on in dash wire harness ** Please read instructions first Radio dash installation kit 1999 Ford F150/Expedition kit Optional parts for this install None. Remove Factory Radio STEP 1 : The plastic dash panel surrounding the radio must be removed. This dash panel simply unsnaps by pulling. With your hands, grab one corner and pull until the plastic dash panel completely pulls away from the main body of the dash. The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in a ‘U’ shape. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below. STEP 2 : Pull the radio from the dash.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 24-02-2014
Download If reusing the head gasket: 1. Reference the supplied diagram for head bolt removal and tightening. Find the bolt corresponding to #1 on the diagram, and remove it. 2. Use a bottoming tap to clean the hole and remove all debris from the hole. Apply a small dab of engine oil to the stud threads that will go into the engine block and install the stud into the hole by hand and verify that the chamfered shoulder of the stud bottoms out in the block. If it doesn’t, re-tap the hole. Only tighten the stud finger tight. 3. Apply a conservative amount of Moly Assembly Lube to the exposed stud threads, as well as both sides of the washer, and torque to 90 ft-lb, loosen, torque to 90 ft-lb, loosen, torque to 130 ft-lb and stop. 4. Perform steps 1-3 for bolt #2 on the diagram. Continue in this order until the head studs labeled 1-10 on the torque sequence diagram have been torqued to 130 ft-lb.… Read More