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Old 05-18-2014, 06:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings enthusiasts....

Herewith are 2 pics of the PS setup that i made before installation to my suk pickup 4x4 truck, (for everybody's reference)....

I designed the wire management as a separate system where the assembly could be independently removed....

The assembly come from suk van...

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greetings....

asking also from experts where the three small wires on the right of the photo will be terminated....

(from right to left : pink, brown, light brown)

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greetings....

asking also from experts where the three small wires on the right of the photo will be terminated....

(from right to left : pink, brown, light brown)

thanks

Sir Jun, try to take a look and analyze this link: Clemson Vehicular Electronics Laboratory: Electric Power-Assisted Steering . Hope this can help...

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thanks bro...

i made a trial by connecting the said wires following some info i gathered:

pink/blue -- to pink/blue in the Blue Socket of Panel (maybe this is the speed sensor)
brown ------ to ignition coil
light brown -- not connected

The PS activated at the start but it returned again to its original state when i run the vehicle (even low speed)... so i disconnected it again... i dont know if it is the right connection....

i noticed also that the PS module clicked whenever the steering wheel is turned going to its maximum left or right.... is this usual?



thanks....

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