Hi I need to reinstall my dastek unichip wiring diagram
I have removed the dastek unichip,now I wants to reinstall it,but cant remember wich wire were where.theres a pink,red,purple,brown,black,white with red trace and white with black trace on the chip and on the ecu they used the grey with red and grey with black trace wire a green and a black wire.Regards Derick
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Your car must have the on-board computer with the more elaborate bulb-out sensor system because the wire colors you describe do not quite match the wiring diagram in the Bentley manual. Bentley does not show a "with check control module" front corner light which either means that they overlooked it, or it should be identical to the "without check control module" version.
According to the wiring diagram I have, the corner light should have a:
A brown wire (ground),
Left Turn - A blue/green [blue with green stripe] wire
Right Turn - A blue/brown wire
Left Park - A gray/violet wire
Right Park - A gray/yellow wire
The only red wire I see in the diagram powers the relay for the fog lights.
Bentley is the best commercial manual there is, and should match the factory manuals, so I fear that you will need to use a voltmeter or test light, or trial-and-error your connection. If you have a voltmeter or test light, you can stick a needle through the insulation on the wire to test it to see if it is hot.
Based on my wiring diagram, I'm guessing that you don't want the blue wire, but that is just a guess.
Didn't get your model and year. The big wires go one on each side, and it doesn't really matter which side, except if there are more than 2 big wires, and extras go on the same side as the battery wire. The wire to the starter should be by itself on the solenoid terminal. The start wire from the ignition switch goes to the small "S" terminal. If there are more wires for the small terminals, I'll need to know your model and year to tell you where they go. If the car has a ballast resistor, you will have a wire from the solenoid to the ignition coil.
get a test light, 12v remove the tail light from one side. identify each wire by turning each light on . and connecting the test light to see wich one becomes active remember to connect your test light to a good earth attache each cable one by one the final indicator will be on the other side you will need to run a single wire accross to that side (unless the wiring loom passes one side) make sure you connect them properly and tape them to avoid problems later soldering is best.
Radio batt positive[F1](hot at all times) is the orange wire, Radio Ignition positive[F2](hot with key on) is the Dark Green wire, Ground is black wire[E16]. A test light would make it easy to verify each wire. If you need any more assistance let me know.
there are only 4 wires going to your signals take your signal lever out and look at the color of the wires and then take yoiur tail lamp out and check the colors that shoiuld tell you wich wire goes where. but if you need to run wires just run them from your lamps to your steering colom and there should be a switch there with one hot wire! it should have 2 nipples o it and just connect to the npples and flip the switch to check wich side is wich and adjust!