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Bravo 198 CC wiring
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Bravo 198 CC wiring



I bought an ECU plug with wires from a car breaker. I removed the sockets from to connect CC wires to ECU.
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Old 15-04-2011   #1
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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Hi,

Is it possible to get the comments translation ??

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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

This picture shows the connector from the fuse box. The ignition switched 12V wire is connected to pin 13. (from fuse F51).
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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Hello! Where can I find these pins? What to take for the donor? Along the way, author of the picture is nothing in the recent findings Hungarian is not written about it. Are there any alternatives?
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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Guys,

The whole process is clear to me. I am only not sure how to connect the CC stick, e.g. which pins from the connector to which cables from the stick?
I have a 1,6 jtd m-jet 105hp.

Thanks for your help!
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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Quote Originally Posted by ssivkov View Post
Guys,

The whole process is clear to me. I am only not sure how to connect the CC stick, e.g. which pins from the connector to which cables from the stick?
I have a 1,6 jtd m-jet 105hp.

Thanks for your help!
Hi,


I did it, do you still need a reply ??


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Cool Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Yes please!

I opened once the ECU cable and I think I know how the pins are numbered, it is written with small numbers on the plastic. I tried several combinations but it didn't work.
I was also not sure which from the steering-wheel cables give 5 A electricity, tried with some that give 12 volt, but didn't work.
Did you manage to install it on a 1,6 jtd engine?

Please share how!

Thanks in advance mate!
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Quote Originally Posted by ssivkov View Post
Yes please!

I opened once the ECU cable and I think I know how the pins are numbered, it is written with small numbers on the plastic. I tried several combinations but it didn't work.
I was also not sure which from the steering-wheel cables give 5 A electricity, tried with some that give 12 volt, but didn't work.
Did you manage to install it on a 1,6 jtd engine?

Please share how!

Thanks in advance mate!
Hi,


I did this installation on my 1.6 mjet 90cv Bravo II and the harness was not existing from the ecu to steering-wheel.
Therefore the first step was to create a harness with 4 wires and to pass it through the car from dash board to ecu.
Do you already do it??


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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Quote Originally Posted by RQ3ZQTB View Post
Hi,


I did this installation on my 1.6 mjet 90cv Bravo II and the harness was not existing from the ecu to steering-wheel.
Therefore the first step was to create a harness with 4 wires and to pass it through the car from dash board to ecu.
Do you already do it??


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Philippe
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Hi Philippe!

I have everything ready (sorry the picture could not be attached, website bug): CC stick, cables and pins that fit perfectly in the ECU cable. I want to test it first with the cables hanging outside to spare time in case it doesn't work. Fiat technicians told me that it wouldn't, that is why I want to test first. Installing the cables will be easy once I am sure it will work...

If it would help, here is my VIN: ZFA19800004126260(01). It is a diesel MJet but with 105 hp and 6 gears.

I just want to know how exactly to connect those deam green, yellow, orange, blue and red cables that come out of the stick . Please help!!!

ps, I am from Antwerp (Belgium).
Thanks!
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Hi Philippe!

I just want to know how exactly to connect those deam green, yellow, orange, blue and red cables that come out of the stick . Please help!!!

Thanks!

OK, I understand your problem ...
Do you speak french ??


I am sure that red wire is "+12v" (then connect it)
I had the wiring diagram of cc stick but I have lost it ....
But it is easy to check which wire is which function...
You just have to check with an electric controler.
Just put stick knob "on" and check on which wire is the tension (to pin 77)
Then do the same with knob "+" (to pin 56)
Then do again with knob "-" (to pin 78)
And the last knob "resume" (to pin 38)
That is an easy way to find the function wires.


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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

Hi again Philippe!

I used the same pin numbers last time, they are still written on my cables! But your technique with the switching on and and following the signal is so simple and yet brilliant, should have thought about it! I just did not know which function to which pin to connect...

I saw that my error last time was that I did not connect the 12v to the Red wire, but to another one...

So again play time this weekend! Yey!

Thank you again mate, I will let you know if it worked!
ps, I speak French mais très mal, seulement quand il n'y a pas autre possibilité :-)

Ciao!
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Re: Bravo 198 CC wiring

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Hi again Philippe!

I used the same pin numbers last time, they are still written on my cables! But your technique with the switching on and and following the signal is so simple and yet brilliant, should have thought about it! I just did not know which function to which pin to connect...

I saw that my error last time was that I did not connect the 12v to the Red wire, but to another one...

So again play time this weekend! Yey!

Thank you again mate, I will let you know if it worked!
ps, I speak French mais très mal, seulement quand il n'y a pas autre possibilité :-)

Ciao!
Salut,


Je suis certain que ton cruise control va fonctionner !!
(le mien a marché du 1er coup...)


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Hi Philippe!

I tried your technique with the switching on/off to understand which cable is for which function, but...it doesn't work :-/ I connected the 12v to the red cable and then tried finding the tension on the other cables with the button ON (and +, -, RES) - no result.

I have to find somehow what each cable (green, yellow, orange and blue) to which pin they need to be connected (56, 77, 78, 38)...

Do you have any other ideas?

Thanks mate!
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Salut,


Je suis certain que ton cruise control va fonctionner !!
(le mien a marché du 1er coup...)


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I also used the information from here: http://www.davole.com/wp-content/upl...ftermarket.pdf
If you look at this diagram - on the H007 connector, the 12Volt is not in Nr1 slot, but on Nr2. And on my connector the red cable is in Nr 1...very confusing...

I also used this one, which corresponds to the instructions you gave me: "
Function: On/Off Restore Reduce Set/Increase
1.4 90hp 58 41 8 9
T-Jet 85 61 86 84
M-Jet 77 38 78 56"

But still no specific info which color to which pin?

I cannot tell you how much I want to finish this once and for all!

Thanks again,
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Quote Originally Posted by ssivkov View Post
I also used the information from here: http://www.davole.com/wp-content/upl...ftermarket.pdf
If you look at this diagram - on the H007 connector, the 12Volt is not in Nr1 slot, but on Nr2. And on my connector the red cable is in Nr 1...very confusing...
Hi,


May be my memory is bad ...try to connect 12v on slot 2 and check to find functions.
The cc stick wiring diagram seems good.


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