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Old 06-05-2015, 02:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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where does the data input plug go ? from a converted wiring harness..
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Welcome to Suzuki-Forums!

You need to specify exactly what year and model vehicle you have before anyone can respond properly. Many of the vehicles in this particular forum do not have "data input plugs" - or more precisesly, OBD data ports.

I suspect you may be talking about a Jimny. Unfortunately, Jimnys are/were not sold in North America so a lot of us cannot answer that question...

So, please provide more information so we can help you!!
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Equally important - what sort of conversion, what is it now, and what was it before?
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That looks like a 1.6 16V, if you are referring to the OBD port then it will depend on whether its an OBD1 or OBD2 ECU.
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This is a conversion harness out of 1998 sidekick into samari .. the data imput is slightly
longer that the plugs for ecu ... by about 4 inches ... did I not post on sidekick or samari forum ?? Is there a site I can visit with wire harness connections ... since it seems so technical ????
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I have 3 grey connectors that i believe go into ecm > then a brown plug that is taged input data control..Am I missing something ? do they all some how plug into ecm ?? I don't think so .It looks like brown goes elsewhere .. I just checked tag again and it say's data link connector . So it's a Data Link Connector >about 10 internal prongs > about 1 and 1/4 inches long . thanks for help
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This is the most comprehensive swap write-up I know of.
Hopefully there's something in here http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct...Rcb5HywXlufxpQ
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This OBD connector normally under the dash on a vit ?

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A 1998 Sidekick will have an J1962 (OBD2) connector which is 16-pins, you may be missing a harness that goes between the brown connector and the DLC. This is a J1962 connector:



If that is the connector that you have then it is usually just fitted under the dashboard, it is for plugging in a scan tool.
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my many thanks X 3 > too Dudley do for hitting one out of the park . It will save me so much time and gives me a printable instructions and a site 2 refer 2 .. I thank u sir .
thanks too all that responded in kind ..
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