F10X Wiring help

DiffitZ
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F10X Wiring help

Postby DiffitZ » Thu Jul 05, 2018 6:42 am

Hello, Im completly new to haltech and Engine Management Systems in general, so I was wondering if somebody could help me and possible give me som advice. I'm going to use the F10x on my volvo 740 B230Fk and I was wondering

What is the J14: Trim and J15: Spare A/D? Is this something i need?
Do you connect the coil by the Aux in or by the Ignition Module?
Is nr J7: Coil negativ/ Tacho output trigger where you connect the igniton module?
Nr J17 says Road speed, should this be connected to the speedometer/indicator?
What is J18 PWM Outputs?

Sorry for alot of questions but there is no one around that has any expirience with haltech around her.
Attached a wiring diagram so it's easier to see the placements I talked about. :D
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JimKden
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Re: F10X Wiring help

Postby JimKden » Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:56 am

What is the J14: Trim and J15: Spare A/D? Is this something i need?
NO

Do you connect the coil by the Aux in or by the Ignition Module?
Ignition Module

Is nr J7: Coil negativ/ Tacho output trigger where you connect the igniton module?
Yes, Pin 36 is the signal to trigger the ignition module. Ignition module needs external power and ground from the car's system. Ignition module is a predecessor of what is now built into "smart coils".

Nr J17 says Road speed, should this be connected to the speedometer/indicator?
Don't know the answer for sure, but road speed is usually from a wheel mounted pickup and toothed wheel where teeth count per mile is setup in the ECU

What is J18 PWM Outputs?
Also I don't know what all they can be used for, but if you are not using a stepper motor type idle control valve, but a Bosch, these can be set up to control that type of valve.

Hope tis helps, and to others, if this needs correction or additions, please do so.

DiffitZ
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Re: F10X Wiring help

Postby DiffitZ » Thu Jul 05, 2018 3:29 pm

JimKden wrote:What is the J14: Trim and J15: Spare A/D? Is this something i need?
NO

Do you connect the coil by the Aux in or by the Ignition Module?
Ignition Module

Is nr J7: Coil negativ/ Tacho output trigger where you connect the igniton module?
Yes, Pin 36 is the signal to trigger the ignition module. Ignition module needs external power and ground from the car's system. Ignition module is a predecessor of what is now built into "smart coils".

Nr J17 says Road speed, should this be connected to the speedometer/indicator?
Don't know the answer for sure, but road speed is usually from a wheel mounted pickup and toothed wheel where teeth count per mile is setup in the ECU

What is J18 PWM Outputs?
Also I don't know what all they can be used for, but if you are not using a stepper motor type idle control valve, but a Bosch, these can be set up to control that type of valve.

Hope tis helps, and to others, if this needs correction or additions, please do so.


Wow thanks :D Possible the best answer i could hoped for, thanks for quick and good answer, will try to wire it up tomorrow and see if I can program a basemap so it will start :)

Btw, do you know what ignition module they recomend with this ecu?

JimKden
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Re: F10X Wiring help

Postby JimKden » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:11 pm

If it's a single channel, I believe any of these work. Otherwise Haltech sells one.

Huco 13 8002 Single Channel, Hall type waveform for trigger

Haltech board response is to set as Constant Carge, Falling Edge, 2-3ms dwell time.

AEG S339109 TZ1338736

AUDI/VW
211905351 211905351A 211905351B
211905351D 211905351E

BERU
ZM002

BMW
12141244089 12141244191 12141244226
12141244477 12141244481 1214244089
1214244191 1214244226 1214244481

BOSCH
0221600001 0221600006 0221600008
0221600011 0227100100 0227100101
0227100103 0227100104 0227100113
0227100116 0227100118 0227100137
0227100138 0227100139 0227100920
0227100921 0227100922 0227100923
0227100924 1227000034 1227010001
1227010004 1227022008 1227030046

FAIRCHILD
8115FD2 SH4246 SH4279
SH4333

GM
90006145 90008145 90056698
90114676 90140187 90187341

KHD 1177424

LADA 2108373491010

LUCAS DAB400

MAGNETI MARELLI
064833032010 64833032 940038500
940038500010 943251408010 BKL3C

MWM 605792190004

OPEL
1208037 1208241 1208246
4012031 90097924 90187341

RENAULT 7401269084

SAAB 8573826 9390220

SCANIA 2573826

SEAT SE021913010A XO39416000 XO39678360

SIEMENS 2576127001 5WK6101 5WK6105


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