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4G63 RVR Sensor Wiring Diagrams

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Hey guys,

Well, turns out we DID have an RVR donk...

...And turns out we CAN'T find an RVR loom anywhere in Australia...

...Or an ECU...

So instead going to go with a Link Storm ECU + Dyno Tune once she gets to the Territory and back to me (*happiness*)

However, as the Auto Sparky has never done something of this massivness (He has the skills, not the experience, his shop does UHF Radios, Stereos and Spotlights mainly) I would please to be asking the plug diagrams that go into each sensor. He said he could figure some of them out (The basically on-off ones) but it would save him a lot of time (and thus me money) to have the diagrams for it.

Also, he only has some plugs for these sensors, where would be a good place for him to get plugs that fit an OEM Mitsy sensor??

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check this link
http://122.148.77.132/4gt-manuals/

Edited by khubner1, 08 June 2012 - 07:36 AM.


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You will not get plugs unless you get a loom.

I have mentioned to you before, get a sonata sensors and loom and ecu and wire it in. I am sure you can adapt from the sonata/1g style afm to your rvr/evo/Gsr afm.

The only bit I don't know, is can you put a evo style cas into the rvr head.

Calling rob evooox do you know?

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There's an rvr being parted out in the classifieds section. It will haeverything that you need and it's in Brisbane.

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I have that rvr what do you need. ?

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