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Voltage and resistance reading on ECU

 
Old 04-04-2019, 01:41 PM
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Does anybody have the voltage or resistance readings on any ECU?
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Can you be more cryptic?

If I put my lead on one part of the ecu lid and the other on just about any other area of the ecu lid, I get about 3 ohm resistance and zero volts.

If you are talking about specific pins of the 50+ pins of a specific ecu, you will have to be more specific.
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:38 PM
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Lol. I checked for voltage on my ecu lid and it's only getting 100 horsepower. I was wondering at every pin. Does anyone have a schematic like that already? Thanks

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Can you be more cryptic?

If I put my lead on one part of the ecu lid and the other on just about any other area of the ecu lid, I get about 3 ohm resistance and zero volts.

If you are talking about specific pins of the 50+ pins of a specific ecu, you will have to be more specific.
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Lol. I checked for voltage on my ecu lid and it's only getting 100 horsepower. I was wondering at every pin. Does anyone have a schematic like that already? Thanks
What in tarnation are you smoking? voltage does NOT equal horsepower. I highly suggest you stop working on your vehicle until you know what you're doing. If you insist on doing it yourself, pick up a Factory Service Manual. It'll tell you VOLTAGE (not horsepower) at each pin
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Originally Posted by Krauthammer View Post
What in tarnation are you smoking? voltage does NOT equal horsepower. I highly suggest you stop working on your vehicle until you know what you're doing. If you insist on doing it yourself, pick up a Factory Service Manual. It'll tell you VOLTAGE (not horsepower) at each pin
I believe this is a troll thread and you just got pulled in.

No ECU was named, obvious rhetoric was tossed out, and even when attempting to bring out the info, response was cryptic and vague.

Should just let this thread float to the bottom with the rest of the muck and mire.
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Originally Posted by eric5984 View Post
Lol. I checked for voltage on my ecu lid and it's only getting 100 horsepower. /sarcasm

but seriously I was wondering at every pin. Does anyone have a schematic like that already? Thanks
I think hes being serious tomcat. Its harder for us to read it because younger generations are raised in burbles amd snaps, and were only use to reading Microsoft word outlines for texts. Todays generation doesnt use microsoft office, just smart phones


Anyways to answer your question, yes. There are multiple "pinouts" of ecus online to tell you wajt voltage to expect in every situation from every pin.

The factory service manual details these. You can also find the pins by searching on google
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