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07-24-2013 05:26 AM
mike d it does not, however the harness you use will have all these wires built in, so it will be much easier to use the wires in the new harness, than to try and retain the old section of wireing
07-23-2013 05:02 PM
dantinne In other words, why does T5 need oil pressure, alternator, starter connections?
07-23-2013 03:16 PM
mike d it looks like they have already been labled for you?

these connections go to the grey plug which leads to the new wireing harness that will be located unter the intake manifold..
07-23-2013 08:39 AM
dantinne How are the connections in the round plug involved in the conversion? I don't get it.



01-03-2012 10:18 AM
tuner4life Mike, You are gonna have to start doing house calls.. To say... Indiana...
01-03-2012 07:31 AM
bergie very interested in this project for my 9k! lets get goin on this mike!
01-01-2012 02:24 PM
mike d pretty similer process, Di computer uses the same wireing lay out, so does the lh computer..

And youll get the awesome manual heater, out of the deal
05-16-2011 01:05 PM
justineffingp
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Originally Posted by SOAB View Post
Hey! I might have an opportunity to pick up a good bodied 1992? 9000 with an N/a 2.0 for the cost to tow it. I currently have a pretty beat up 1995 9000 Aero. Would this be the thread I would want to foolow if I were to take the heart of my car (engine and harness) and put it into the 1992? Or would that be a whole different project?
Talk to JP (green9kaero) he did exactly that on his old 9k
05-16-2011 12:38 PM
SOAB Hey! I might have an opportunity to pick up a good bodied 1992? 9000 with an N/a 2.0 for the cost to tow it. I currently have a pretty beat up 1995 9000 Aero. Would this be the thread I would want to foolow if I were to take the heart of my car (engine and harness) and put it into the 1992? Or would that be a whole different project?
11-04-2010 07:58 AM
mike d
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Originally Posted by Torsten View Post
I'm going trough the same steps you are addshaft. I'm converting a classic 900 to trionic 5.2. I only have a 5.5 wiring diagram and compared with T5.2 there are some considerable differences. Can you or anyone help me finding a 5.2 diagram? Regards Torsten
t5.2 is BS its not worth the effort

i promise, it is much easier to fab a CPS wheel and bracket, than to sort out a t5.2 harness. Trust me, ive done both

never mind that the scarcity of ECUs can turn tunng into a nightmare
11-04-2010 05:29 AM
Torsten
Wiring diagram T5.2 needed

I'm going trough the same steps you are addshaft. I'm converting a classic 900 to trionic 5.2. I only have a 5.5 wiring diagram and compared with T5.2 there are some considerable differences. Can you or anyone help me finding a 5.2 diagram? Regards Torsten
10-23-2010 02:41 PM
SOAB How much of this would be aplicable to T5ing a classic, cause I need this level of detail soo bad! This is just too awesome!
02-09-2010 09:25 AM
white9ktalladega ok i have t5 out of a 1996 9000 cse installed in my 91 9000 my trionic box is from a 96 cs. my car runs but i need to know who is experiencing what with the crank sensor wheel i have mine on the crank pully and set on the 20th slot.my car was missfireing a lot and i went through alot of diag and came down to timing issue so i unbolted the bracket for the sensor while the car was running and moved it down about 2-3 slots car started running alot better.. so my question is what slot should the sensor be on with the engine at TDC and my second question is does trionic 5.2 and 5.5 have different settings for where the sensor is

thanks in advace guys
01-20-2010 01:16 PM
SS929k
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Originally Posted by Green9kAERO View Post
im using a t5 engine and transmission in my 92.....
Oh now I fully under stand what your doing. I thought you were just going to use the t5 ecu with the 92 motor. So basically your negating using the full car harness (Headlight to tail light) by splicing the important wires together to get the car running.
01-20-2010 12:09 PM
JK
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Originally Posted by Green9kAERO View Post
bump so i dont need to keep searching for this thread when i want to look at 9000 wiring diagrams
Why don't you tag the thread?
01-20-2010 11:28 AM
saabingforlife99 dont forget your intake temp sensor.
01-20-2010 09:11 AM
Green9kAERO im using a t5 engine and transmission in my 92.....
01-19-2010 11:37 PM
SS929k Are you using the T5 crank position sensor or the one made for the motor
01-17-2010 01:43 PM
Green9kAERO bump so i dont need to keep searching for this thread when i want to look at 9000 wiring diagrams
06-16-2009 04:03 PM
adshaft Don't have my specs pages with me, by memory I think it was hot wire that went to the fuse box. Will let you know tomm.

Edit: Yes it is a hot wire running through fuse # 5.

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