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Old 05-22-2024, 02:01 PM   #337
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Since you are using the Fa20 wiring harness, instead of repinning the "first 4" sensors, couldn't you just use the FA20 sensors? Or am I missing something?
- Threads and sensor lengths are different for oil and coolant temp, so we canít reuse those from the FA20.
- On the 17-20, reusing the FA20 crank position sensor would create the same problem as the 13-16 swap where youíd need to do a custom reluctor and bracket. Which is a lot more work when weíve already got a perfectly usable hall effect signal coming out of the FA24 that we can utilize with a simple connector change.
- Didnít bother checking if the FA20 evap purge setup could be transferred over to the FA24. I would also put it in the ďnot worth itĒ category.
- We canít reuse the 13-16 fuel pressure sensor because itís different threads. On 17-20 we can reuse it though, itís the simplest option.
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I see. So, repinning is much easier that finding adaptors. I guess the timing chain covers too are different for FA20 vs FA24
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I see. So, repinning is much easier that finding adaptors.
With the way iím building the harnesses, nobody needs to repin anything (besides the fuel pressure sensor, for 13-16 cars). I am building modular jumper connectors that leave the FA20 harness totally intact and just adapt the existing connectors to the sensors on the FA24. One of the big advantages of doing it this way is, for example, if you decide later after the swap that you want to add a 1st gen evap-based flex fuel kit/boost controller/etc. Rather than needing to repin the FA20 connector back onto the harness, you just unplug my adapter and then youíve got a gen1 evap connector again.
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17-20 test car is up and running with my kit. Iíll have a video posted and the kits up for sale sometime next week after Iím back from vacation. Final price is going to be $300 for the 17-20 harness set.
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17-20 test car is up and running with my kit. Iíll have a video posted and the kits up for sale sometime next week after Iím back from vacation. Final price is going to be $300 for the 17-20 harness set.
Much appreciated. Waiting a "curated" kit for 13-16 model year
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Much appreciated. Waiting a "curated" kit for 13-16 model year
Fingers crossed for no snags on that one. All my stuff is installed on the motor, shop should be dropping it in any minute now.
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For the 17+ cars being plug and play, are we specifically taking about the red top manual cars, or both manual and auto?
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For the 17+ cars being plug and play, are we specifically taking about the red top manual cars, or both manual and auto?
Bof.

Auto should actually be slightly easier since all FA24s have a vacuum pump setup like the automatic FA20s did, whereas on the MT cars you have to do some brake booster rerouting.

My 2013 test car is an automatic - unless thereís some hidden surprise I didnít account for that we discover once itís fired up, should be exactly the same process.
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Bof.

Auto should actually be slightly easier since all FA24s have a vacuum pump setup like the automatic FA20s did, whereas on the MT cars you have to do some brake booster rerouting.

My 2013 test car is an automatic - unless thereís some hidden surprise I didnít account for that we discover once itís fired up, should be exactly the same process.
To clarify: All FA24s use a vacuum pump for the brake booster? Auto and manual alike?

I would assume that there is a hose/line that runs from the pump to the booster on all FA24s.
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To clarify: All FA24s use a vacuum pump for the brake booster? Auto and manual alike?

I would assume that there is a hose/line that runs from the pump to the booster on all FA24s.
Correct. Which means on 6MT 1st gens, you need to acquire the brake booster tubing from an auto.
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Correct. Which means on 6MT 1st gens, you need to acquire the brake booster tubing from an auto.
A "complete" salvage 6mt engine should come with line? No?
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A "complete" salvage 6mt engine should come with line? No?
Thatís gonna depend pretty heavily on the salvage yard pulling the engine lol. Most are monkeys and would sooner just cut a hard line than put the effort in to disconnect it.
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Thatís gonna depend pretty heavily on the salvage yard pulling the engine lol. Most are monkeys and would sooner just cut a hard line than put the effort in to disconnect it.
Here's a diagram of a 22 legacy. I imagine the twins are similar.
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