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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-27-2013, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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Help with Fuel Injector Wiring

Looking for a little bit of help on the electrical for the fuel injectors. I'm installing a Snow Performance Stage 3 Boost cooler with the variable controller. I have to hook two wires on the variable controller to the two wires on any of the fuel injectors. Getting to a single injector or the electrical connector is a task. However, the electrical harness that has a connector at the front of the rail would be my best way to tap into the 2 wires for a single injector. I just need to make sure I select the two for one injector. I can't seem to find a wire schematic or diagram for that plug. That connector plug at the front end of the harness has 11 wires, which would be right, 2 for each injector and the 3 wires for the fuel tank meter/pump sensor.

Using common sense, when you look at the wires on that connector, you have 8 wires that have a scheme, there are 4 wires on the top side of this connector, (brown, blue, and green, gray) and right below each on the bottom side of the connector is the same color with a stripe. My guess is that each injector is one of the colors mentioned above and the 2nd wire for the injector or its mate has the stripe on it. Another thing, the other side of the harness where these brown, blue, green and gray wires are, they match up to the 8 pale orange wires for the injectors.

But, really need to make sure so if anyone out there has access to the color code for the connector and the front end of that harness and can help me out, I would appreciate it.

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Your guess looks right. This diagram is from Autozone's site...
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That's the first kit I've heard of that doesn't use a Boost line or map sensor.

Good Luck, and let us know how everything works out.

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Thanks, now my guess won't go boom..... appreciate the help

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That's the first kit I've heard of that doesn't use a Boost line or map sensor.

Good Luck, and let us know how everything works out.
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