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Subaru Electrical Schematics
Posted 03 October 2005 - 02:41 PM
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Posted 09 October 2005 - 07:15 AM
Hello folks, I have just joined this forum and was wondering if any of you folks could lead me to some info on the wiring hook up to the ecu or what colour of wire does what. The engine is a 2.5L 2001 OR 2002 from I believe a Forester. My Questioning is in the area of the rev limiter. What wire tells the ecu that the engine has a load on it so it can raise the rev limit? I know that when you push the gas pedal to the floor in a normal car in park or neutral the rev limiter wont let the engine rev very high but when in gear you can go right up to the red line. Could there be an in gear input or perhaps a speedo pulse that the ecu looks for? And if so on what wire plug input or colour? I also have a buddy using a 2.2 who has a high speed miss and I am wondering if this is his problem as well! Both of these engines are being used in an aircraft application and I dont live within 300 miles of a subaru dealership Thanks in advance!
go look at "get it while its hot" thread. There is a link to a library ther that may have waht you want.
Posted 09 October 2005 - 12:44 PM
Did you see something in there somewhere? I dont seem to be having much luck! I bet i have found the pinout for every one ever built except for the one i have!Just my luck Grrrrrrr!
The site I posted is a subscription service. You have to pay money for a certain amount of time. In that time, you can d/l the information you want.
If you go to the reference publications section, choose your year and model, you'll be able to see the different categories and sort through to find what you want.
Posted 11 October 2005 - 05:41 PM
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