Turbo Timers are great for all cars, they prolong parts and aid in oil sludge prevention. And to do that, you're going to have to look at some diagrams and match up the wires not according to color but signal. The search button is not being my friend today, so does any one make a specific harness for this car? I guess I need to do some more research. So allowing all cars to cool after driving prolongs the life of components. The Auto Timer is also the first timer with an integrated air-fuel ratio monitor. If the colors you drew up were in the connectors like that then I don't see why you wouldn't connect the yellow to the whatever color it was. Please Note: This item is not vehicle specific.
In other words, dont bother with turbo timers unless you buy an oil cooled only turbo. If you're running at a drag race and stop right at the end and shut down the car then it may be an issue, but otherwise a turbo timer is really not necessary at all. Then if you need help go to friendly google and search for a diagram. If you find a lower advertised price on an identical product, simply complete the following fields and we will do our best to match it. I ain't that hard to get ahold of.
One the whit wire is not used. If you have any additional questions refer to diagram. Warranty claims will not be honored if the product was not purchased through an approved dealer. Check out Greddy's web site in their tech section and you can look at the turbo timer wiring diagram. When the unit is turned on the whole screen showed be filled with all the diffent displayed options time, volt, speed, ect then should you should press the power and the setting button at the same time untill you get to P-1 wich is preset one which is 1:00 count down. As for the convection this happens when the hot coolant cools and contracts which causes a suction and pulls the coolant out of the overflow.
The different options that can be accessed that I've found is P-1, P-2, Lo, Hi, Volts, Time Attack, Speed but the Lo, Hi, time attack and speed only work if you have wired the purple wire correctly to the speed senor wire that goes into the ecu. Hope this helps dude did you go to the greddy site and look at thier wiring diagrams? Now, with your info, I might just hard wire it. Remove the 2 screws holding the hood latch in place and remove hood latch. Wet turbos are better as they have additional cooling and lessen cool down times. When ordering please add your vehicle model, engine and year in the comment section.
I know there are a few. Instead of two red wires your have one red, one blue and one yellow on the ignition harness from Greddy. The Auto Timer can detect the engine load before shutdown and adjusts the idle time accordingly. If you're running at a drag race and stop right at the end and shut down the car then it may be an issue, but otherwise a turbo timer is really not necessary at all. If an engine is shut down immediately after a hard run, the turbines may still be spinning without any circulating oil. What are you guys using? Apexi make harnesses for most Japanese vehicles. What about just getting a remote starter? The connector you are looking for is black and has 6 connections on it only 5 wires.
Those wires lead to a harness that you connect to the Greddy intall harness which has four wires coming from it. Un plug the connector and plug teh two ends where they go, some timers i. Does anybody have a clue as to what I might have done wrong? Please review the specifications and verify compatibility prior to placing your order. Except for grounding or connecting the parking brake ignition cancel wire. Please note we will also review the competitors shipping rates to confirm the final cost of the item vs our final cost. The coolant keeps flowing after the car is shut off due to convection? I've heard teh question asked as to what happens really.
What makes this different than other turbo cars that use engine oil and coolant to cool the turbo? If it has been wired up correctly then the constant power keeps the timer on plus the Timer cuts the signal from the ignition to the car telling it that the key has been turned to off and to turn off. The coolant is still removing the remaining heat from the cylinders at the same time which causes a rise in temps. Please take note Amazon, eBay and other E-Commerce only based websites. With my Greddy install harness all the wires that go in between the ignition harnes hook ups were all white and then had three extra wires on it that were blue green and red that can be used to splic into the harness but thay are not needed if using the harness adapter. . Besides that, the coolant carries the heat out of the turbo regardless of it idling or sitting shut off. People have gone years beating the snot out of their turbo cars without using a turbo timer and not had failures.
This warranty only applies to the original purchaser and is non-transferrable. Of course it didn't fit at all. Again, If you need any help with anythign dealign with this just let me know. So please be sure the product will fit your specific application. You should see an abundance of connectors including a big blue one. The harness from the turbo timer should have a green, red and blue wire these are the wires that the turbo timer need. If you read this and would liek to put your info here as to how you did it I think we might all appreciate it.
Theres really no reason to use a turbo time on a car with a coolant and oil cooled turbo. Remove 5 screws from bottom of steering column plate. You dont see this being said on a lot of other forums because a lot of other forums simply lack the level of knowledge that the major Subaru boards have. I dont know why people dont think to go to the source of the product first. In Japan, the Auto Timer is frequently used in normally-aspirated cars. Red, yellow, blue which go into a 3 wire connector. Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission.
What exactly are you asking? The brown goes to the emergency brake and the black is ground. Everything seems to work except when it is timing out, the fans don't work. You must create a support ticket to acquire your return authorization number prior to returning the product. Theres really no reason to use a turbo time on a car with a coolant and oil cooled turbo. I have an 88 manual I copied off the internet but the electrical section cut off the last inch or so and I'm missing information. If you already have the harness to connect jump into once you get this far under the steering column an find the plug connector you have to use. However, my manual is an 86 and the wiring colors are a little different.