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    Hi all,

    I have been spending the day fitting a clifford concept 650 to my 2002 arosa however I have come across a hurdle.

    I have got everything working except I have one wire left that goes to the tacho signal wire that monitors the engine speed for blackjax and door locking when moving.

    Does anybody here know what wire in particular this is? I assume it goes to one of the conncetor blocks behind the speedo but which wire is it?

    Many Thanks

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    I drove a 1.0L auto once, unreal!

    My information says that the rpm pulse comes from the ECU to the dash at pin 11 of the 32 pin blue plug on a very thin (0.35-mm) green wire.
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    I take it that would be the blue connector behind the speedo setup. Theres two connectors there but not sure theres 32 pins

    hmm

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    There are two connectors on the back of the panel called T32 (blue) and T32a (green).

    Blue T32

    1. Connection KL 15+
    2. Control light for the right turn signal
    3. Output signal of the electronic speedometer
    4. Free
    5. Fuel gauge
    6. Airbag
    7. Connection KL 31, sender earth
    8. Coolant gauge
    9. Connection KL 31 earth
    10. Oil pressure switch
    11. KL TD, revs signal
    12. KL 61, control light for the generator
    13. Diesel preheating system
    14. Control for the foglights
    15. Free
    16. Signal for open boot
    17. KL 56A low beam control
    18. Control light for the left turn signal
    19. ABS System
    20. KL 58D, illumination of the instrument panel
    21. Signal for open driver door
    22. Coolant level warning
    23. KL 30, clock
    24. KL 31, earth
    25. Line K, self-diagnosis
    26. Right parking light
    27. Left parking light
    28. Electronic speedometer input signal
    29. Brake wear control
    30. Contact S
    31. Seat belt
    32. Engine check control

    Green T32a

    3. Control light for parking light
    10. Fuel reserve warning
    15. EPC

    The connections not mentioned are assumed to be free.



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