Question about 2005 Saturn VUE
Hello I am building a land speed attempt car & purchased a 04/05 Saturn Vue EPS off Ebay to install. What is the most basic wiring hookup? It has All wiring coming out of two plugs attached controller: PLUG ONE: two large guage wires ( 1 Black & 1 Red ).
PLUG TWO 3 very small wires( 2 Purple & 1 red).
I am assuming that the large leads are 12V supply for the steer motor & the smaller leads are eather to speed sensor or ?
QUESTION Can this be fed a dummy signal ? if so what Volt/amp or type. OR can the wires be connected together in some fashion to satisfy the controller to it least have it power up in a limp mode ?
This is a fresh pull from a running vehical so it is likely in good shape. But if only the mains are fed 12V nothing powers up.
I do not need speed sensing control since I will design the steering arms & box around the output of the unit.
The Car I am building is based on a Fusaloge from a Lear Jet 35 using a Volks wagon bus front axle & two over clocked 2002 Supercharged 3.8 Grand prix GTP front wheel drive trains mounted as driving rear axles.
I am 3/4 complete. It looks strange but is very streamlined & light.
My wife & I plan to drive it to The SCTA time trial meets as more of a Joke But given the numbers it should pull 200mph plus (empty of extra seats , sound system etc.).
REALLY COULD USE YOUR HELP as I am an old school racer & new to EPS. ( and anything to do with wiring up to a chip based anything).
Thanks in advance, August Sommerfeld REPLY TO email@example.com
The two large guage wires are constant power and ground. The small red wire is an ign power, and the 2 purple wires are class 2 data lines. I've recently heard of a company making a dummy module. Something with river in the name.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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