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jus got home from gettin my tII motor, 26hrs

Old 01-03-2007, 03:27 AM
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so i jus got back from my 26hr drive to montreal canada to get my motor, all im gonna say is long drive and too much coffe. but anyway i got a n319ecu and was wondering if i wanted to put a rtek chipped ecu in, there wouldnt be any problems with plugging an n332 in would there? thanks
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:44 AM
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the n319 is the jdm equivalent to the us n332 ecu. big difference is the egr, japanese car doesnt have it.
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Old 01-03-2007, 12:33 PM
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well its cuz i wanna put an rtek chip on for a time being and they dont put it on the n319 so i was wondering if the n332 would do the job. how would i get around that easily to put the n332 in? do i have to add one?
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Old 01-18-2007, 01:43 PM
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does anyone know if the n319 was high imp or low imp?
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Old 01-18-2007, 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by jdm12a' post='853887' date='Jan 18 2007, 11:43 AM

does anyone know if the n319 was high imp or low imp?


they add a resistor pack on the low impedance cars, so the ecu always sees high impedance
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Old 02-01-2007, 07:16 AM
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is the wiring for the ecu's on the opposite sides, because its RHD? if so whatd everyone do to get around this, i have an idea in mind but i wanna hear other ways too
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Originally Posted by jdm12a' post='856178' date='Feb 1 2007, 08:16 AM

is the wiring for the ecu's on the opposite sides, because its RHD? if so whatd everyone do to get around this, i have an idea in mind but i wanna hear other ways too




Yes, the wiring is on the LH side of the car in the Jspec cars, it's plug and play even in a N/A assuming the series are same, only thing you would have to wire in is the Knock box (assuming this is also an S4 engine).
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its an 88 10ae, but the wiring is opposite? so i will have to extend the main ecu harness or move the ecu over to the left side so it will reach right? because i thought that on the usdm verison the main ecu harness went into the passenger side of the firewall and the underdash went into the driver, but on the jdm motor i put the main ecu harness through the driver side and was jus gonna drill a hole thru the firewall so i could put it thru the driver side as well
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Originally Posted by jdm12a' post='856196' date='Feb 1 2007, 11:13 AM

its an 88 10ae, but the wiring is opposite? so i will have to extend the main ecu harness or move the ecu over to the left side so it will reach right? because i thought that on the usdm verison the main ecu harness went into the passenger side of the firewall and the underdash went into the driver, but on the jdm motor i put the main ecu harness through the driver side and was jus gonna drill a hole thru the firewall so i could put it thru the driver side as well




So your AE has no wiring harness? Extending it is going to be really tetious, I would try to find a harness from an N/A and use that, or a TII (hell any S4 car). The left side of the car is where you sit, if you put an ECU under your pedal set you won't be able to use them properly.
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Originally Posted by nismo convert' post='856211' date='Feb 1 2007, 08:59 AM

So your AE has no wiring harness? Extending it is going to be really tetious, I would try to find a harness from an N/A and use that, or a TII (hell any S4 car). The left side of the car is where you sit, if you put an ECU under your pedal set you won't be able to use them properly.


no i bought the car with no dash harness or anything, and i have bought the dash ahrness seperatly and havnt put it in. i have all 3 harnesses i jus didnt know what was the best way to make them work. only the main ecu harness is jdm, and as for putting it on the driver side, it would be more "center" so to say, and prolly under the dash, haha thankfully i am not stupid enough to forget about the pedals lol
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