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TheKenso

Stagea c34 Igniton barrle wiering

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Hellow and happy new year!

I have had the pleasure having my ignition barrle crap out on me so i am unable to start my car.
And therfor im trying to finde an ignition barle wiering diagram or somthing htat tels me the collor of the wiers, location and what they do since im trying to put in a "push to start" until i can sorce a new one!

 

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lol should we just move this to DIY under "how to hotwire a stagea"

Anyway, I don't have the wiring readily available.

One wire will be from battery and will have constant 12v, most likely red

From there, if you can turn the key in the barrel you could check which barrel output gets power on each key position, it should be

AGN position - power at ACC

IGN position - power at ACC and IGN

START position - power at IGN and START

If you can't turn the barrel (and no-one has the wiring), just use a jumper wire that can handle 20A (so not just little alligator clips) and connect the 12v battery wire you identified to each of the other 3. One should give you ACC (eg radio turns on), one should give you IGN (dash lights etc) and the other will either try and start the car (assuming in park if auto, or nothing at all because IGN (ECU etc) is not on). My semi educated guess is Yellow is ACC, White is IGN and blue is start.

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On 03/01/2021 at 2:52 AM, Duncan said:

lol should we just move this to DIY under "how to hotwire a stagea"

Anyway, I don't have the wiring readily available.

One wire will be from battery and will have constant 12v, most likely red

From there, if you can turn the key in the barrel you could check which barrel output gets power on each key position, it should be

AGN position - power at ACC

IGN position - power at ACC and IGN

START position - power at IGN and START

If you can't turn the barrel (and no-one has the wiring), just use a jumper wire that can handle 20A (so not just little alligator clips) and connect the 12v battery wire you identified to each of the other 3. One should give you ACC (eg radio turns on), one should give you IGN (dash lights etc) and the other will either try and start the car (assuming in park if auto, or nothing at all because IGN (ECU etc) is not on). My semi educated guess is Yellow is ACC, White is IGN and blue is start.

Hehe id that worked ir woid be awsome, figured out whst wier goes to what and i tried multiple times, got the acc to flash a few times but thats it.

I alsow have no headligrhs for some reason and i think they migth be conekted somhow

All fuses work, and i hear a click feom the relay behind the ecu when turning key, and the head ligth relay clicks when u toen on the switch, i have everhthing exept for head and hige beams

 

Most enoyong part is that i got it towed to my workshop so i dident have to sit outside, then the bastard started, now after 1 week its f**ket agen :C

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Well, that sounds more like a loose connection at the battery or the fuse box at the front. They can be a bastard to track down though.

Is the engine bay wiring modified at all? Headlights and ECU power both run through the engine bay

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