ECU PINOUTS

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Gus
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Engine: 3.5-Litre 6G74 V6 24V SOHC
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ECU PINOUTS

Post by Gus » 25 Mar 2019, 13:27

Hii I have 2 Magna Manual computers , looking for the PINOUT CONNECTIONS

mmal part no: md 362395
bosch part no: f005 e0 029
6g74 dom


ECU is MR 507993, Bosch number F005 EO 0056
6G72 DOM 3.5 ( may be a typo on sticker)

WytWun
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Re: ECU PINOUTS

Post by WytWun » 27 Mar 2019, 00:18

Gus wrote:
25 Mar 2019, 13:27
Hii I have 2 Magna Manual computers , looking for the PINOUT CONNECTIONS

If you can find a copy of the downloadable workshop manual, they're in that in the schematics section (by that I mean you have to trace the connections from the schematics).

The Ellery's Magna (2nd & 3rd gen) workshop manual has pin function tables but I haven't tried to confirm the accuracy.
Gus wrote:
25 Mar 2019, 13:27
mmal part no: md 362395
bosch part no: f005 e0 029
6g74 dom
I think this is a TH ECU; almost certainly an H8 type.
Gus wrote:
25 Mar 2019, 13:27
ECU is MR 507993, Bosch number F005 EO 0056
6G72 DOM 3.5 ( may be a typo on sticker)
Yes, the 6G72 should be 6G74. I believe these were used in the very early TJ 3.5 manuals and are an SH2 type.

If the MD362395 is from a TH (one of the other stickers than the Bosch one, if still there, will give the body code which will indicate the model series - e.g. "THxD42" where the "x" is a numeral representing the powertrain; I think a 3.5 manual may be 8), they are fully interchangeable other than immobiliser coding.

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