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O yea.. like last year since I drivenkt everyday almost lol injector plugs in 1 & 4 had to be swapped.. then plugs on the harness not the injectors themselves
 

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My Ve plug doesn't have the larger white and red wire. Mine has a brown/red sire there.
Different plug it goes into the ve dizzy
 

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WHICH ONE IS FOR 99 P11 SOMEONE NEEDS TO FIX THIS. Also that pinout diagram says "view from top ...i think" and isn't very ensuring. Paul's pinout doesn't match my wire colors, so I don't know what diagram he is basing his pinout from. This whole issue needs clarification.
 

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I haven't read much in the thread at all but I do know if your running a VE engine and I gotta assume your probably running something other then the stock 99 ECU theres more then meets the ECU especially if your using a Nissan ECU vs Infinti ECU, this knowledge I know personally about when it comes to the cam and crank position sensors and knowing that ECU is wired differently between Nissan and Infiniti ECU's, just thought I'd through this out there to further complicate shit, your welcome.
 

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correct ve dizzy to 99de wiring:

VVL-----------------------------p11

pin1-----------------------------pin1 CMPS ground
pin2-----------------------------pin2 CMPS +12v (small red-n-white wire)
pin3-----------------------------pin3 CMPS position
pin4-----------------------------pin4 CMPS reference
pin5-----------------------------pin7 Ignition check (coil -)
pin6-----------------------------pin8 Coil +12v (large red-n-white wire)
pin7-----------------------------pin5 Ground
pin8-----------------------------pin6 Ignition signal
 

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WHICH ONE IS FOR 99 P11 SOMEONE NEEDS TO FIX THIS. Also that pinout diagram says "view from top ...i think" and isn't very ensuring. Paul's pinout doesn't match my wire colors, so I don't know what diagram he is basing his pinout from. This whole issue needs clarification.


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Again opening this thread asking for help, I have photos, i hope you help me, the photos are of my 1994 OBD1 SR20DE Conectors (Distributor with 4 wires, Coil with 2 wires and Transistor with 3 wires), I have the SR20DE wires with A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I, and the SR20VE with PIN 1, PIN 2, PIN 3, PIN 4, PIN 5, PIN 6, PIN 7, PIN 8,

so how is the correct conection letter with pin numbers?

SR20DE







SR20VE



THANKS
 

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Almost, but no.

1 a
2 b
3 d (this is incorrect in your order)
4 c (this is incorrect in your order)
5 This is not on any of your diagrams as far as I can see. You need to find the resistor at the back of the engine harness, or tap into ECU pin 3 (yellow/red)
6 f
7 g
8 h
 

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Okay, looking at the wiring diagram in the 92 FSM, it has a crank angle sensor. AFAIK the OBDI SR20 doesn't actually have a crank angle sensor -- it just has the cam angle sensor, which I think it uses for both. So my guess is that's pin 1-4. What are the colors on the VE distributor and/or the P10 lowport distributor?

It then gets complicated, because there are three interconnected devices on the highport -- the "power transistor," the "resistor and condenser," and the coil. All three have connections to the ECU, too. Here are the wires for those three devices:

  • White wire from ECU pin 1 to power transistor
  • Yellow/red wire from ECU pin 3 to resistor and condenser
  • Black/red wire from ECU pin 36 to coil and resistor and condenser
  • Green/yellow wire between coil, resistor and condenser, and power transistor
  • Black ground wires from power transistor and resistor and condenser (but not from coil)

Halp? I can tell you that all this circuitry is built into the distributor on the lowport and the VE, but I can't tell you how it receives signals/power...
I am doing a sr18 conversion with a ve dissy into a b15 sedan using a de harness, im sort of stuck at the external tranisistor and its wires....the ve dissy has 8 pins and seems to have its own transistor and reaistor inside it along with the coil... should i discard the external transistor and run its wires to corresponding pins to ecu and dissy?
Anyone have a clue?
 

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I am doing a sr18 conversion with a ve dissy into a b15 sedan using a de harness, im sort of stuck at the external tranisistor and its wires....the ve dissy has 8 pins and seems to have its own transistor and reaistor inside it along with the coil... should i discard the external transistor and run its wires to corresponding pins to ecu and dissy?
Anyone have a clue?
Correct. The external transistor is not required when you are using the VE distributor.
 

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I apologize for hijacking this thread.
Does anyone know anyone who would want three old distributors that have failed? I have them and do not know what to do with them, but I saw that some folks rebuild and re-sell them.
Know of anyone who might want three SR20DE (1991, 1992) distributors or just where I could send them?

Are distributors just like spark plugs, people use them then toss them when they go bad?

Thanks
 
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