Need Help to switching the Coonnectors

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  1. Cm60k

    Cm60k New Member

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    Hi all,

    I hope anyone can help to know how switching the connector from the round

    one to square one, Im planning to put 82mm TB instead of our 74mm, that

    82mm got square connector(new style of TBs), i think if anyone thinking to

    upgrade theTB, sure he well need that damn square connector........

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    Cm60k

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    Wikii wiikiii guys, no any professional hero here......!!??!!

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    Whats a TB ?
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    Its a Throttle body.......

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    Is there extra functionality on the newer connector- more pins +other functions or is it simply the new TB comes with a different connector? Are you sure the new throttle body will send back the same range of signals to the ECU for example or will it start flagging "out of range" fault codes? If you are happy they are compatible then I suggest buying a section of loom [ new or second hand] with the correct connector and splice the correct wires together having removed the older connector. If you "stagger" the various cable joins [ solder them] you will reduce the risk of shorts. Some appropriate sleeving and self amalgamating insulating tape should give you a reliable cable join.
     
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