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 Post subject: Finally did it
PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:42 am 
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finally broke down and bought mega-squirt for my Cordoba. hopefully it will be here before the garage I'm building is finished


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 6:26 am 
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Congrats. Which MS ECU did you order, and what is your proposed EFI setup (TB, injectors, sensors...)?

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MegaSquirt-II 3.0 multi point injection with edis ignition using the throttle body off a 4.00 Jeep. sensors include IAC, TPS, o2, air charge temp, and crank. I think that is all I have planned.


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Sounds great. Be careful with ignition setup, settings, and noise filtering...

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That Jeep 4.0 TB works Well on the Slant.

I might Suggest to go with all GM sensors CLT IAT etc. as outlined in the Megamanual..

It will make getting started and running easier.

You wont have to adjust the thermisitor values in tunerstudio to compensate.

I had done a similar swap onto my daily driver back in 2008. Almost 9 years and lotsa street miles since then.

Be sure to spray the Relay board down with some conformal coating spray.

Here is a link to my build...
http://slantsix.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=23886
Drove the car to work today. and Hopefully back home!

Best of luck.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 5:06 am 
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thanks for the suggestions, all the sensors are GM witht he exceptions of the
IAC, TPS, and Crank. I think I can swap out the IAC and the crank the TPS will take some looking into


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TPS and crank are okay to use Whatever.

I would use GM for the IAC.

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The 4.0 Jeep - and most '90s era Chryslers - used GM type IAC valves to begin with; no need to change the valve out.

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Greg Ondayko wrote:
TPS and crank are okay to use Whatever.

I would use GM for the IAC.

Greg


I think I meant to Type IAT - Charge Temp Sensor.

good catch Matt!


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 4:03 am 
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thanks for the clarification. I wasn't looking forward to figuring out what IAC valve to use if I had to change it. already on board with the gm style sir temp sen


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sorry for any confusion.

Seems like you have the right idea.

Go Getum!

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