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ECU Conversion - wiring diagrams added for someone to help me

Discussion in 'Big Turbo Discussion' started by joehirth, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    wideband cars also need engine control relay wiring in...

    *hint hint*
     
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    Question is little bit different: how to match AYP ECU with Standard vw accelerator pedal?
    I see that author had same issue. Seems that pedal do not interchangeable between ayp and aum.
     
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    that would be incorrect

    pedal not the issue

    Zero wiring change required on pedal
     
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    Fisrt sender G79 work perfectly. Tested in 062 group 3rd measuring (foot off pedal 80% - pushed to floor 20%)
    Issue is second sender: it do not work as requied and in 062 group 4rd measuring foot off pedal around 7% - pushed to floor around 20%.

    Wiring done as follow:
    Pedal AUM T6b or Fabia II T6u = ECU AYP/AQX J220 T121
    Sender G79 – first:
    3 => 73
    4 => 35
    2 => 36
    Sender G185 - second:
    1 => 72
    6 => 34
    5 => 33

    Could you please help to find mistake in above wiring?
    We have AQX Seat ecu and Fabia mk2 pedal.
    May be someone have wiring scheme of AQX Seat Cupra R mk3 for connection ECU to Accelerator pedal? Just to check if it is the same as for AYP.
     
    #24 ArtemK, Oct 2, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2014

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