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post #1 of 11 Old 03-31-2010, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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Question speedpuls signal ( looking for )

i need to find the speedpuls signal from a JK .

speedpuls is the signal that most probably come's out of the transfercase .

these are for example used for the original navigation systems .

i need the puls signal for installing a terratrip tripmaster in the competition JK .

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JK uses and average of all wheel sensors and the left front is the primary sensor


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Where can you connect the tripmaster to get that average information ?

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i found the wire, it's uner the hood .
there you have the computer with 4 connectors , one one of the you can put you wire from the terratrip ( it works on mine )
i will check tommorrow witch connector and what collor wire it was ( i don't remember and the papers are in the garage )

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Merci l'ami belge ! If you have a picture, it will help everybody on the forum )

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Wouahhh, I just visited your site: I'm impressed of what you do with JK; Congratulations !!! Thanks to you, it's not only in the that we see astounding preparations and crazy crawlings.

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Merci l'ami belge ! If you have a picture, it will help everybody on the forum )
hey,

it's connector number 4 ( the one closed to the motor ) , pin 32 .
the wire is dark green / bruin .

the you can connect terratrip or pulse for aftermarket navigation system .
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Wouahhh, I just visited your site: I'm impressed of what you do with JK; Congratulations !!! Thanks to you, it's not only in the that we see astounding preparations and crazy crawlings.
thanks, if you know any extreme offroad events ( no trial ) in france please let me know .

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thanks, if you know any extreme offroad events ( no trial ) in france please let me know .

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You should come to Chambon-sur-Jeep next year.

You also have the Jeep Heep Heep in September in Switzerland, and for more, join us on our forum: Jeepmania and then go to "Les Sorties des Jeepers" ... you will find plenty of them

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hey,

it's connector number 4 ( the one closed to the motor ) , pin 32 .
the wire is dark green / bruin .

the you can connect terratrip or pulse for aftermarket navigation system .
There is no way to find a connection in the cockpit, rather than to have to draw a wire to the engine compartment ?

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There is no way to find a connection in the cockpit, rather than to have to draw a wire to the engine compartment ?
there is no connection in the cockpit , i did not find one

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