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Old 03-30-14, 10:05 PM
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Hello,

I wired up my series 6 LT10 with x4 according to this diagram: http://microtechefi.com/download/LTX10_13B.pdf onto my series 4 t2. I went to start it yesterday and no luck. i noticed that the coils are firing. I have my switch positive to my coils, just not getting a signal. The car was running with the CAS that is in there when i was running my rtek 1.7. The only wire i have connected differently is i dont have the pink ignition on wire hooked up to the coils, but to my switched fuel pump feed.

I also find it confusing that i am only using 3 of the 4 wire from the ecu to the CAS and have the White and the White/black wire soldered together into the black wire going back to the ecu. I also found it weird that i dont have Green, Red, Yellow, Blue wires from the ecu. mine are Green, Red, Black and White.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated,

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Old 04-15-14, 12:34 AM
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Can you confirm that you are getting a flashing orange light on the microtech when cranking?
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Old 04-15-14, 05:43 AM
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I figured it out. The wiring coming from the lt10-s was in the wrong locations on the plug. The only wires in the correct spot were the ground wires.
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