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Old 12-07-2012, 02:48 AM   #1
87 electronics conversion.  
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Ok, I know this is asked a lot of times and y'all are probably slightly irritated by it haha. But I can't find any straight forward answers on these forums. So I decided to look up the pin-out schematics for my current LM plugs (85 T1 L-body) and the one I'm wanting to switch to, (87 T2 electronics). Using minimopar as the resource of course.

Now I'm just wanting to make sure what I see is correct before I even attempt any of this in fear of frying something.

If I'm wrong, just correct me please :P
According to the minimopar web page, this is what I can see;

1. Add MAP 5V power supply to red pin-1
2. Add MAP sensor signal to blue pin-19
3. Move blue pin-4 (power loss lamp) to red pin-4
4. Move blue pin-14 (speed/distance sensor signal) to red pin-9
5. Add AIS Motor wire to red pin-16
6. Add AIS Motor wire to red pin-20

I assume that "speed control" is cruise control. So it's not relevant to me right? And I should just cut the EGR solenoid output wire because it's not used?

If I'm making this more complicated than it is, let me know lol. I just want to make sure I get this right the first time.

I'm wiring my 85 T1 L-body to the 87 T2 electronics just so you know.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 12-07-2012, 06:23 AM   #2
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:23 PM   #3
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For 87 The egr sol wire should be tied in with pin 5 on red plug I believe.
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