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Old 04-08-2014, 10:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need help for A/C Controller Pinout

Hello..

Can anyone help me to find a/c controller pinout? Pls.
I try to find but no luck.

It printed " 95611-65D00 OMRON C8A-B19S"





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The year and model of the vehicle in which it resides might help.
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I'll take a bet Max - it's an SQ series (98~05) JDM Escudo - and as with all JDM vehicles, finding service documentation is like searching for the holy grail.
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The (odd to me, EUR found maybe) digital readout bad boy, huh!
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Thanks Max.!
I've no idea about year and model. I got this panel from junk yard with wiring harness.

I also look at SQ '00-04 service manual but not match with this panel.

Last night I try to connected power source to the panel, it's ON.!! but can't operated

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Whoa. That's over my head.

And what's up with a "dual pressure switch" in the mix? A/C I assume. Have you an operating A/C system for those circuit completing needs?

Cybervam. Are you attempting to "bench" operate this unit or do you have it installed in a vehicle? IF the latter, what vehicle?

Plug in your location under "User CP". That will help with regard to application.
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Finally it's ON.. after tracked back a hardware, I found Power Source and Power Backup and Ground input.

At the first time it just only backlite on each bottons, it need signal from pressure switch to Ground. yeah.... it ON..!! but can't do anythings on it b'cos no sensors found.

next step : find sensors and test signal parameters.
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