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Old 06-03-2021, 12:30 PM   #1
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accelerator pedal wiring

Hey guys and gals,

I am looking to see if anyone knows the pinout for the wiring which connects to the accelerator pedal. There are 6 wires running to 2 sensors inside the pedal, and each sensor has a 5V, a signal, and a ground. I found the wiring description with the colors, I just need to know the orientation of the wires in the harness (i.e. - looking at the clip side of the connector, what is the order of the wires top to bottom). I have tried finding pictures online but I haven't found any that show exposed wiring at the level of the connector.

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Old 06-03-2021, 03:43 PM   #3
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I think page 22 of the 987 wiring in the link I gave you is what you are looking for.
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Hey guys and gals,

I am looking to see if anyone knows the pinout for the wiring which connects to the accelerator pedal. There are 6 wires running to 2 sensors inside the pedal, and each sensor has a 5V, a signal, and a ground. I found the wiring description with the colors, I just need to know the orientation of the wires in the harness (i.e. - looking at the clip side of the connector, what is the order of the wires top to bottom). I have tried finding pictures online but I haven't found any that show exposed wiring at the level of the connector.

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type E-gas into the search.
Look at the E-gas accelerator pedal service thread.
He has some pretty good pictures in that thread
May be of help.
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Old 06-03-2021, 05:44 PM   #5
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Thanks for the PM, I wrote you back.

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I read that thread. It's definitely a good one and the pics (while confusing at first) are spot on.

I need to know the pedal side wiring pinout on a 987 though, not the 986. I have a throttle modulator for a 987 and they have different connectors (but same wiring scheme). So my plan is to splice it in on the dme side.

The problem is that I don't know the wiring orientation to know which wires on the car side match up to the wires on the modulator side. I think I can figure it out but I'd rather not "blind squirrel" this one of I can help it lol.

That's actually the reason I posted it in the " cayman discussion" section but I now realize that I didn't clarify that in the original post. That's my bad.

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Old 06-03-2021, 06:36 PM   #6
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Look at the colors of the wire also, they should match what is in the diagram you sent me and page 22 of the 987 wiring I sent you (same document).

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