Question about Pontiac Firebird
Looking for the pinout for the connectors on the headlight door motor control module for the '87 - '89 Firebird. About all I have is that the 4 pin connector connects to the two motors. Really need the power and control pinout (5 pin connector).
Anybody have anything on this animal?
Thanks In Advance.
Heyyyyaaa.i have a 89 firebird t/a ..niceee but have a problem[ the module on the firewall that controls your headlights to raise up n down doesn't work..headlites come on..but manually raise n lower the lites bc i drive it at nite n day ..lol..all the time now..chevy place is asking 300.00 for it.i paid enough for the car as is..looking for anyone for help bc i give you 150 for that module]..its size..flat with two connectors(rghtside)(leftside) about 1 or two thick n abt4/5 inches tall on the drivers side firewall..call me anytime 4436530761 bc im gtn tired manually working the headlights..joe
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Radio Wiring Diagram
Go to www.crutchfield.com.
On the bottom of the page there is a link for product support. On the next page, type "2005 Grand Prix" in the search box and hit enter. The top link shows an image and pinout on models with Monsoon sound systems, the second link for ones without.
Hope that helps! Good luck!
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
fuel pump inside fuel tank accessed by removing plate on forward facing tank panel.
Inertia switch is inside boot/trunk
Ign module is plugged into side of distributor.
The coil is a standard 12 v ignition coil.
The ecm is located projecting through the bulkhead (firewall) by the drivers feet.
You can access the trouble codes with a scanner plugged into the socket in the engine compartment drivers side or by counting flashes of light on a 12v testing light as described in the Haines Manual
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 rav 4 ecu pinout location
sorry never done one so i havent a clue,in the good old days the tach connected to the coil wire but now with all this fancy electrics ,Well what happens is they call it vehicle security so they dont have to release the diagrams and this is done to stop people like myself from by passing the immobilisers when we service a vehicle.Because no doubt as you are aware on new cars that if you drop the oil the immobiliser cuts in.Change the battery and the same thing happens.So what happens to keep the dealers in work ,yes you have guessed it no wiring diagrams ,multilayered circuit boards and wires all the same colour to stop people like me from soldering the two outside legs together of a big switching transistor together to make the vehicle general mechanic friendly.Also encrypted software is used to stop the fault codes from being read ,they throw up the wrong code ?? try asking dealer to install then post where he connected too .,best of british with it
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: pinout ecu toyota 22re 1989 p/up
this should do the trick
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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