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Hi,

I recently installed a Greddy Turbo Timer onto my R33, by an audio specialist (dumb). He wired everything except for the Speed wire which is the Purple Wire on the Turbo Timer,

So the Functions of Speedo, Tachometer, and the Auto timer wont work,

I wan to ask if any one know which color is the SPEED wire from the ECU Loom?

and If any one have done it b4?

Plz give me advices on how to aproach it and how to wire it correctly.

Thanks,

darrien

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Huh? Nup! I've got a diagram of an install at home, will post it up when i get home.

Purple I thought was handbrake wire.

Purple is the speed wire, handbrake wire is the BROWN 1,

that is wat it said on the Greddy manual,

IT said Purple conect to the speed wire from the computer,

but i duno which one that is,

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hey mate its wire #53 you know the 'speed cut' wire lol if you get a ecu pin out you'll find it know worries i know from memory its green and yellow on my r32 probly different but there was a lot of wires around there the same colours so take your time, because one will be green with yellow stripe one will be yellow with green stripe there a yellow a green silly why do they have the same colours so close lol!

cheers simon

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hey mate its wire #53 you know the 'speed cut' wire lol if you get a ecu pin out you'll find it know worries i know from memory its green and yellow on my r32 probly different but there was a lot of wires around there the same colours so take your time, because one will be green with yellow stripe one will be yellow with green stripe there a yellow a green silly why do they have the same colours so close lol!

cheers simon

UH oh,

:( am more confused. LOL,

might have to take it out and see wat happen?

r33 and r32 simialar?

i dun wana do any damage,

fingers cross,

cheers.

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have a search around for a r33 ecu pin out its just a pic of what number all the wires are and where they are you want number 53 on my 32 it was down the bottom on the passenger side. but you'll have to find the colour too.

cheers simon

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pin #53, Yellow + Green with silver marking, Coulda cut that off to take the speed limter out, but when i ever go pass 180? :rofl:

not a good way to got about it, it puts you into troubles with the HICAS so just do it the proper way with a power FC or RSM or something of the like with speed cut removals.

cheers simon

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Alot of people successfully cut that #53 wire and has no problem,

i read alot of thread on www.skylinedownunder.com forum, they sucessfully cut them wire with no symstom, and reset ecu,

just did it yesterday,

feel instant improvements.

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