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Old 08-01-2010, 07:13 AM
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Default Ecm Pin-outs

am i the only one who would like to see more ECM PINOUTS for more vehicles on the component test part of the modis or the v-pro? i don't see any other threads about this subject; are there any other techs besides myself that use it?
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am i the only one who would like to see more ECM PINOUTS for more vehicles on the component test part of the modis or the v-pro? i don't see any other threads about this subject; are there any other techs besides myself that use it?
I AGREE, THIS IS A LOT OF WORK TO PUT TOGETHER BUT I THINK IT IS WELL WORTH IT TO HAVE THIS IN THE TOOL
Hopefully we will someday have it for all of our vehicles.
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By Just Getting One Response On This Issue; I Don't See A Change Coming.
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Just a sugestion but It might get more attention if you post up what version of software you are useing and what car lines you were working on.
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in the late 80:s a pin out chart in a mitchell manual saved my butt on a volvo no run,no start. it took me right to a bad mass air flow sensor,are whatever it was volvo called it. i have to admit with the verus haveing the wave form with the pid i havent had to use a pin out. but when you get to a point where your not sure what your seeing a pin out chart would be a great help, and they are fast and easy to use
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Default ECM Pinouts?

I agree that ECM pin outs are a good source of information and we do cover them in some of the manufacturers. This is a big job and time consuming to go in and add them for every year, make, model, system and engine but it can be done (not all at once). It would help if we started out with what vehicles you are working on in the field that doesnít have the ECM pin outs in the Component Test Meter (CTM).
Letís use this thread to create a list and we can start with the most popular vehicles. I will compile the list and give you an opportunity to vote on which vehicles to add first.

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Lets Start With Ford Since Most Of The Ecm's Are Easy To Get To.
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Lets Start With Ford Since Most Of The Ecm's Are Easy To Get To.
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Do you have a specific Model and year range that you are seeing in your shop?

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lets focus on the ford 104 pin engine computer. it was used in every ford gasoline(not sure about diesel) engine from 1996 to about 2003. the ecm pinout coverage could be from 1999 to 2003.
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Cool ECM pinouts are growing gradually here are some examples

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lets focus on the ford 104 pin engine computer. it was used in every ford gasoline(not sure about diesel) engine from 1996 to about 2003. the ecm pinout coverage could be from 1999 to 2003.
The ECM pinout are slowly growing each release
have you noticed that the 1999-2002 ford Crown vic now has ECM pinouts.
the 2000 & 2001 Ford Escape has ECM pinouts for the 104 pin module.
Vertually every BMW for the last 8 years has ECM pinout information. Many Jaguar vehicles
Keep dont let this go away, hopefully someday there will be ECM pinout information for every make model and engine.
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