EMS400 ECU pin-out

ecupro

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c-ground,
You quote :
"EMS700 have fly-by-wire
EMS400 have hair-wire."

Wow, what a superrrr flying machine....

Eee....no wings on this model

or should say "EMS700 have drive-by-wire"

He..he...he
 

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@m1adam: Have you tried using different extractor length for your campro? I have tried short length 4-2-1 and long length 4-2-1 extractor both on my campro 1.3 before from SuperStreet.
Short length increases power at the bottom till mid but power hangs @ 5.5k RPM. HP also increases by 8hp.
Haven't dyno yet the long extractor but the powerband is shifted to mid and high RPM.
 
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CHAPTER ONE:

EMS 400 ECU pin out (terminal assignment)


Introduction: EMS 400 ECU from Siemens VDO has two sectors called ECU1 and ECU2, with 120 pin terminals in total. Only 45 are used for SVDO 4G13/15.

The following list shows the terminal assignment as:


Wire Color Code:
Bk = black
G = green
Y = yellow
R = red
W = white
L = light blue
Bl = blue

Disclaimer: information provided might not be 100% accurate. However, I spent 3 hours taking the ECU out for the Wire Color Code, and putting it back. Terminal Assignment is based on the official information gathered via undisclosable sources. Use this information at your own risk but please don't forget that you see this from Drex Chan first.
Many thanks,... please could you inform me the signal of Crankshaft Position Sensor?
 

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Many thanks,... please could you inform me the signal of Crankshaft Position Sensor?
cground hasn't logged in a looooong time. Are you in KL? I can tell you where to find him in person