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Old 07-23-2007, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default 2000 bonnie SSE auto start install Q:)

Folks, I re,moved an Astro Start from the Aurora and now I am installing it in the Bonnie. These are dealer install only type devices so you know what I'm up against. Here'* where I'm at. I need to figure out which wire I take a green black (the astro start wire) to. It went to a yellow black on the Rora'* #1 fuel injector. So, using commom sense, I figure it should go to the #1 fuel injector on the Bonnie, but of course it doesn't have a yellow black wire to it. Of the two wires I need to figure out which one is right.

I think tonight I will use my multi meter to see what happens when I turn on the ignition in the Rora and compare this to the Bonnie??? Make any sense?
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On the injector..one wire should be ground, the other should be power. I'd bet it was on the power.
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Fuel Injector Connection.

Looks like the wire that you need is a nice pretty pink.
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Thanks folks I just can't thnk what this hookup really does, but I'm going to go for the pink!
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I think it'* similar to the tach wire. When the system sees an injector pulse then it knows the engine is running.
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