A speed pulse wire might refer to the speedometer pulse wire that accepts pulse signals in order to display speed. This wire is generally a two wire sender unit that comes pre-calibrated to the vehicle.Ê
The speed pulse wire on a 2009 octavia is pin number 9 on the multi plug connecter on the back of the speedo cluster , remove plug and all the pins are numbered .
the middle wire on the speedo block on the engine by the gear lever in the engine
where is the speed pulse wire in a Toyota corolla
wring on a 1992 sporters speedo
where the speedo cable connects to the transmission
Injector pulse is controlled by the ECU. Injectors Have a red wire that is hot. Black wire is controled by computer ground...
91 probably has an electronic speedo 2 wire sensor in trans near pass side axle 91 probably has an electronic speedo 2 wire sensor in trans near pass side axle
The pulses differ because the two pulses are in opposite directions.
Pulse the door trigger right before unlock, or set up for double pulse unlock, and diode isolate the door unlock wire from the door trigger wire.
It is found at the back of the radio and it is a thin green/white wire. Malby
speedo has a wire from behind and it snaps loose sometimes. disassemble the dash and reattach it
on the automatic transition and PMC (vehicle computer) blue with white wire (wire A30 VSP - vehicle speed pulse)
remove the stereo with two radio pullers in the side slits on stereo there is a blue and white wire that gives you a pulse
re-wire your speedo clip. it worked for me.
You need to send a single pulse on the unlock wire. I forget what color it is. Xs need a double pulse to unlock.
On the top of the tranny. There will be a black wire sticked in there. It`s on there loose, so you can just pull it out, or stick it in
I had the same problem - then it stopped working altogether. Turned out to be a severed wire. The wire was grey and could be found going into the middle connector underneath the under bonnet fusebox (nearside) - behind headlight. It looks like the cover to the fusebox wore through the wire - when I soldered back together the speedo worked fine - I had to take the battery tray off to do this.
If it is a Harley, wiring diagrams are located in the manual for that particular model
on the fuse box the blue connector 40 pins is pin 7 or 52 pins is pin 10 , if no wire you need to add.
if it is all the gauges it's probably a fuse, or just some, like speedo and odometer it could be a bad wire
there is a speedo cable that runs from the back of the speedometer to the drivers side front dust bearing cap it has a square hole in it that it sticks in
What are you wiring? The speedo is cable operated. If you are wiring up the lights, it doesn't matter, as long as you have a "hot" and a ground the lights will work. If you are wiring up one of the gauges built into the speedo it depends on which gauge you are wiring up.
There is no speedo cable on a Neon. It uses a speed sensor located on the top of the right-hand axel output housing. It is a black unit that has a clip-in two-wire connector. If your speedo inside the car isn't working that's usually the culprit.
To obtain a speed pulse you would require a CanBus Unit and connect it to the correct can wires. Usualy the OBD 2 socket. Pins 14(can low) and 6(can high). :)
well if the 2001 is in the same generation as the 98-2000, then the wire is gray with a black stripe and can be found in the harness that goes to the fuse box under the hood.