under the selection for 1995 there is a foldout.pdf that shows main harness (engine room harness and body harness) ecm a/t control unit and smart entrance control unit i believe the ecm one is what the main engine harness plug is. there is no local shops to me that can do engine harnesses or any sort of wiring for less then what it would cost me to buy a harness from wiring specialties and this is the very last thing i need to do on my car dont really want to pull half my car back apart to run a harness. i guess if i can figure all this out i might as well post up a full harness diagram with the colors and what pins they go to in the plugNukeKS14 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 14, 2021 5:01 pmWhat foldout are you talking about?
The EC section has drawings for every circuit including connector numbers, pin, and color. Example;
That's for the power circuit on a 1995, the late model 96 and 97 may vary but it's in the same place in the FSM. Those letters B, B/R, R, are the wire colors. Go to the general information for a legend showing what the letters stand for (B for black, B/R black red stripe, etc...)
Actually, it's a good idea to just start off in the General Information chapter and read that FIRST before you dig into the rest of it. Lots of good info on how to actually use the FSM.
There's a composite drawing showing the ECU pins as well as their function, but that drawing doesn't list wire color.
Wiring in a standalone, from scratch, is quite the undertaking. I don't mean to discourage you but you might think about either buying a premade harness for your ECU of choice like wiring specialties makes, or enlisting the aid of a professional shop here.
allright cool thanks for the info yea ive looked at the wiring pinout for my new ecu and i am converting to speed density and i dont think wiring specialties makes a harness for the ecu that i am useing but i will send them an emailNukeKS14 wrote: ↑Thu Mar 18, 2021 11:01 pmHave you read the user manual for the ECU you're trying to wire up yet? That's going to be your ultimate reference point on what needs to be connected. If you're converting to speed density the MAF wiring isnt going to line up anyhow and you'll potentially be adding your own wiring for those sensors regardless. You need to be working from ECU to car not the other way.
Really... and I'm not trying to be harsh here, I know you dont want to spend the money but you may be better off buying a premade harness or looking up the services of someone professional.