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Old 10-27-03, 12:51 PM
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Question What are you using your Auxilliary Output for?

It seems that the Microtech's - Auxilliary Output - could do almost anything. What are using It for? I'm trying to generate some Ideas here...
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I use mine to play a musical horn once I see positive manifold pressure.
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Nothing yet.....mmmm nitrous......

Input is on the clutch switch for a studder box/2 step.


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i use mine to turn the fan on and off,

i have used them for **** lights, temp warnings, idle motors etc!

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e fan but would liek see what all options i have.
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I've ruled out the e-fan. Primarily due to my Black Magic #150 having a built In thermostat. I'm still open to suggestions...
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Maybe ill use mine to brew coffee.
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I'm forseeing the direction of the thread already.
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I use mine for me e-fan also...
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why not use it to activate a boost solenoid valve.
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I've thought about using it for cry02.
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Hi guys,

my first post ffrom oz.

I have my output controlling my low oil pressure warning on my Microtech dash, using an adjustable oil pressure switch, 2-30psi.
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Yes would it be possible to have it activate a type of boost controller? I mean it would be electronically easy to do? Would it be able to do it? This is someting i have wondered about for a while, as right now my boost controller is manual, and really not that accurate at holding steady boost!
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have a search back through the old posts someone had theres setup to control the stock s4 soloniod,

cant remember who it was tho


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sorry guys, i go tmy outputs mixed up.

im using the aux out to control my davies craig electric water pump.

and the aux input to control the warnig light on the dash for low oil pressure.
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I'll have the Winter to decide what to use It for.
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I tried controlling a fan and it doesn't seem to work

Originally posted by 10sec rx7
i use mine to turn the fan on and off,

i have used them for **** lights, temp warnings, idle motors etc!

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Ecaxtly how do you wire it in? I have '88 TII w/ hayden electric fan. I was origianlly using the hayden temp sensor and relay. But it was to close to the radiator and burned up.

So now I decided I would use the aux output. I ran the white wire (aux out) to the switch sensor on the relay. no worky. I tested and there was no voltage on the aux out. I looked at the wiring diagram and was confused on the -neg description of the white wire. I verfied the correct options were selected in the ECU options Aux Rpm and Auxmap are both off. I have set Auxfan at 86 to test and moved the value up and down to see if anything changed on the wire. nothing.

So now I'm back to square one.

help... I need to control my fan..
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