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post #51 of 57 Old 08-21-2011, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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Well here are the schematics. They are very raw as they weren't ment to be public,just to help me.

I will try to explain what you see here,anyone has any questions please ask.

This what the 3d GEN PC-V looks like when looking the plugs from behind.







And this is the rewiring you need to do,so that you can install it on a 1st GEN.




Now the tricky part. There is one small thing you need to take care of. The B/W and Gr (grey) wires are not a simple loop,but a "T" connection when you buy the PC-V.







We don't want that because the tps plug is located elsewhere on the 1st GEN,so we need to cut the wire that goes to the PC-V,make an extension for it and using a posi-tap "steal" the tps signal and sensor ground from the tps plug,right above the 1st cylinder throttle body.Something like this... (note that I left the other wire in place to act as loop-wire,this is the easiest way to do this).




And this is where you need to connect the two extensions you made.






I know my write up is a mess,but if you have the PC-V on your hands you will understand everything,it's very easy actually...

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Now,to do the rewire you just need a small flat head screw driver and a small flat nose pliers



You need remove the white plastic safety cover from the plugs,from the male plug you only need to pull it off,on the female plug there are some small clips that you need to lift up in order to get it out...





After you remove the white plastic covers,the plugs look like this...

Female plug


Male plug



Then you stick the flat screw driver under the safety clip of each wire,lift it carefully a bit,and pull the wire out from behind,and put it in it's new position.

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So the male plug goes to the pcv?

You got me confused. Both the male and female plugs are from the PC-V. What I meant by the "--> to PC-V " was that this was the input to the PC-V
( you can tell that by the injector wires,input is yellow green blue etc. output from PC-V is white/yellow tracer,white/green tracer etc )

Sorry I can't explain it better... :headshake
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You got me confused. Both the male and female plugs are from the PC-V. What I meant by the "--> to PC-V " was that this was the input to the PC-V
( you can tell that by the injector wires,input is yellow green blue etc. output from PC-V is white/yellow tracer,white/green tracer etc )

Sorry I can't explain it better... :headshake
Figured it out,never mind
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Figured it out,never mind

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