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Old 06-04-2016, 04:21 PM   #1
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Rewire inmobilizer race version

I need to rewire my inmobilizer on my race car while.my AEM gets fixed. I would like to.know if somebody has a diagram of the basic wires needed to run the DME. my wife loom has been reduced to.the minimum.. I used to run the stock computer and.inmobilizer.buy I lost my connectors and can't remember which wires are needed. I remember they where about 6-8 wires

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Old 06-06-2016, 02:03 PM   #2
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Here you go. Need the earth from the small black plug, 3 (maybe 2) wires from the key signal transformer, switched power, k line to the OBD plug and the W lead to the ecu.

II/1, 2.5, Br. , Earth at GP7 (the big brown wire that bolts beside the box) Ground
I/2, 0.35, Or/Bk, Diagnosis (the OBD plug)
I/3, 0.35, Bk/Rd, Signal transformer box (near steering column)
I/4, 0.35, Bk. , Signal transformer box
I/12, 0.35, Bk/Ye, Signal transformer box – doesn’t appear to be needed, not sure why?
I/23, 0.50, Or/Wt, ECU term 88 "w" lead – Signal to ECU to allow starting
I/36, 0.50, Bk/Br, Fuse B6 (fuse box) Power - switched
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Old 06-06-2016, 03:57 PM   #3
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inmobilizer

that's what I needed

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Old 06-11-2016, 02:38 PM   #4
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Car is running again in stock computer. just wanted to thank to all the ones that help out .Now I have a back up if the AEM ever goes down again, and best of all is that the whole package is in a 9x8 water proof box and all is takes is one 4 plug connector and the car is back up again


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