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1 Rev counter not working on 23rd April 2017, 5:11 pm

shroom

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Another issue is my Rev counter wont work. Not at all just stopped ages ago.

I have a phase 2 set of clocks (said to be working but not tested myself) swapped the board on the back over as my clocks are phase 1 to the phase 2 set of clocks but the counter still doesnt work. Have cleaned all connectors etc.

How does the RPM signal work? Is there anything else I need to check in the engine bay etc.

It may be that I have two faulty sets of clocks but want to check if I can diagnose it further.

Thanks

2 Re: Rev counter not working on 23rd April 2017, 5:16 pm

Stu

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Take a reading or pulse from the ecu. Think it's a grey wire. Cant quite remember tho lol


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3 Re: Rev counter not working on 23rd April 2017, 5:48 pm

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Pin #
Name
Function
Signal Type

2
Tachometer Signal
Engine Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

4
Main Relay (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
12V Switched
Power

6
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

13
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

16
Mass Air Flow Sensor
Mass Air Flow Sensor Signal
Analog

17
Mass Air Flow Sensor Ground
Chassis Ground
Ground

18
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Signal
Analog

19
O2 Sensor Signal
Oxygen Sensor Signal
Analog

20
Throttle Position Sensor
Throttle Position Sensor Signal
Analog

21
Sensor Ground
Chassis Ground
Ground

26
Air Temperature Sensor
Air Temperature Sensor Signal
Analog

27
Knock Sensor
Knock Sensor Signal
Knock, Audio

29
Sensor Ground
Chassis Ground
Ground

32
Vehicle Speed Sensor
Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

36
Ignition Switch
12V Switched
Power

39
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

46
Power Supply (Aux)
12V Permanent
Power

47
Power Supply (Engine Control Module)
12 Switched
Power

48
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

101
Injector # 1
Engine Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

103
Injector # 3
Engine Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

107
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

108
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground

109
Power Supply (Aux)
12V Permanent
Power

110
Injector # 2
Engine Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

112
Injector # 4
Engine Speed Sensor Signal
Speed

116
Power Ground (Electronic Concentrated Control System)
Chassis Ground
Ground


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4 Re: Rev counter not working on 23rd April 2017, 9:46 pm

shroom

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Which one is it Stu?

Number 47 was severed so I have repaired the wire and also 32 was unplugged (it has a push connector)

Sorted all my loom out but still no joy with the rev counter. Which one would it feed from? Could someone wrecking my loom by trying to pull the safc wiring out cause an issue with my ecu itself with 47 been severed thats power to the engine control module which couldnt have been good!

5 Re: Rev counter not working on 24th April 2017, 7:06 am

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Pin #2


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