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Jumbuck 4g93t swap HELP!

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fado5

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Hey all.

So I'm in the middle of converting my Proton Jumbuck to a 4g93t.

I have pulled the 4g15p, swapped the box over to the new block and dropped her into the buck.

Wiring loom is in and I'm hitting a few bumps along the way that I'm hoping someone can help me with.

There will be a few questions but first 2 out of the gates are:

 

1. Can anyone tell me or point me in the direction of a vacuum hose map of what goes where?
I have no idea where any of the P.E.A hoses go or the 2 ports at the front lower part of the intake manifold.
I'm hoping someone can take a look at their GSR for me and draw a quick mud map or type up a point to point. Ive been searching and searching but can't find anything that doesn't reference coloured hoses which I obviously don't have!

 

2. I have sorted most of the wiring I think but I have hit a snag with a few plugs.

One is the 5 pin (GSR loom) that is down near the battery/fuse box area. I have found where the pins go but unsure where to go from here, it could be my brain shutting down though!

 

I have:

 

GSR

Pin 1: White dash loom plug - Pin 3

Pin 2: Fuel Relay, Pins 1 & 5

Pin 3: ECU pin 37 (power assisted steering) Think I can delete this as the Jumbuck doesn't have PAS

Pin 4: White dash loom plug - Pin 3

Pin 5: Haltech E6X pin 8

 

Jumbuck 4 Pin Plug:

Pin 1 - Empty

Pin 2 - Both ABS & Hazard Fuse

Pin 3 - Empty

Pin 4 - ??

 

Jumbuck 2 Pin Plug:

Pin 1 - Starter Relay [87]

Pin 2 - Starter Relay [86]

 

Need to figure out how to stick these together.. the other 2 plugs (unrelated) will have to wait for another day!

 

 

Does any of this make sense to anyone? I just had to get it out of my head before I shut down!


Edited by fado5, 12 November 2022 - 02:27 PM.




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