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Unread 06-10-2013, 10:22 PM   #4996
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Unread 06-11-2013, 09:20 AM   #4997
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Unread 06-11-2013, 04:06 PM   #4998
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Thanks for the comments Gentlemen. I will explore the pulleys more closely.

Billybooster2, way out in California, gave me a bargain on a vehicle speed sensor (VSS) for Clay's D20. Not only did he send me a nice looking piece, but he also did a heck of a job wrapping it. Thanks to Billybooster2 for his support and his character.
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Unread 06-12-2013, 06:45 PM   #4999
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Thanks for the comments Gentlemen. I will explore the pulleys more closely.

Billybooster2, way out in California, gave me a bargain on a vehicle speed sensor (VSS) for Clay's D20. Not only did he send me a nice looking piece, but he also did a heck of a job wrapping it. Thanks to Billybooster2 for his support and his character.
Nice Scott, so you've opted to swap in the whole 4.0L? Did you end up taking the head off or changing any gaskets?
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Unread 06-21-2013, 08:00 PM   #5000
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Nice Scott, so you've opted to swap in the whole 4.0L? Did you end up taking the head off or changing any gaskets?
Egul... I missed you, Dude. Sorry about that! I did not remove any engine parts. I SHOULD have, I know. The guy I bought it from is a friend, and he said he heard it running... has between 80 and 90,000 miles. We are swapping the whole engine. Messing around with wiring now.
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Unread 06-22-2013, 12:47 PM   #5001
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I posted up some questions/pics in the "Official 4.0 Swap Thread". I would appreciate anyone taking a look and giving me your comments. I am so close, but I can't get this pinout problem resolved.

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Unread 06-23-2013, 07:11 PM   #5002
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Skipper the ECM has one plug on it only?
If thats the case then the pin out I posted should be the ticket.
If this is not the case take pictures of the ECM and harness where is goes to the bulkhead connector.
Professor... here is your pic back with little green marks next to the items I think I need to keep. Please confirm. Everything else will be removed, leaving little stubs for later splicing if needed. This is the same plug I have.
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Unread 06-24-2013, 06:46 AM   #5003
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Skipper the original idea was to trim the bulk head connector from the 4.0 and hock that up to your current bulkhead connector, all the other wiring that goes to the engine remains.
pin #21 which is the intake air sensor is vital since it measures the air temp and adjusts the fuel.
Take pin#5 16 ga pink black and run it to the battery positive.
Pins 5 should go to the negative side of the battery. Pins 11,12 should ground on the block someplace. Make sure you have a good solid ground from your frame to your engine block and then daisy chain it up to you negative on your battery.
Pin 18 goes to the negative side of the coil.
Pin #8 should go to your start solenoid.

The rest of the wiring should be plugged in were its supposed to go.

Try starting it and lets see what happens, we may need to do a bit more diagnostics if it dosent start.
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Unread 06-24-2013, 08:20 PM   #5004
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Skipper the original idea was to trim the bulk head connector from the 4.0 and hock that up to your current bulkhead connector, all the other wiring that goes to the engine remains.
pin #21 which is the intake air sensor is vital since it measures the air temp and adjusts the fuel.
Take pin#5 16 ga pink black and run it to the battery positive.
Pins 5 should go to the negative side of the battery. Pins 11,12 should ground on the block someplace. Make sure you have a good solid ground from your frame to your engine block and then daisy chain it up to you negative on your battery.
Pin 18 goes to the negative side of the coil.
Pin #8 should go to your start solenoid.

The rest of the wiring should be plugged in were its supposed to go.

Try starting it and lets see what happens, we may need to do a bit more diagnostics if it dosent start.
Well, this is my problem. When you say "trim the bulkhead connector from the 4.0", I'm thinking cut it off. And when you say "The rest of the wiring should be plugged in where it's supposed to go", I am at a loss, because I don't KNOW where it's supposed to go! There's a ton of wires in the 4.0 BH connector. How do I put them into a CJ BH connector??

I need directions like, "Take this black wire and connect it to the negative terminal of the battery and to position _ on the BH connector"... "Take this wire and connect it to...". This is over my head, and I am not understanding. The Haynes manual shows a wiring diagram for the engine control components. I kept all of those wires and cut out a bunch of others! Can you show me on the PCM plug what I need to keep, and where it gets connected? Grade 1 for me! REMEDIAL!!!!!!
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Unread 06-24-2013, 08:47 PM   #5005
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Well, this is my problem. When you say "trim the bulkhead connector from the 4.0", I'm thinking cut it off. And when you say "The rest of the wiring should be plugged in where it's supposed to go", I am at a loss, because I don't KNOW where it's supposed to go! There's a ton of wires in the 4.0 BH connector. How do I put them into a CJ BH connector??

I need directions like, "Take this black wire and connect it to the negative terminal of the battery and to position _ on the BH connector"... "Take this wire and connect it to...". This is over my head, and I am not understanding. The Haynes manual shows a wiring diagram for the engine control components. I kept all of those wires and cut out a bunch of others! Can you show me on the PCM plug what I need to keep, and where it gets connected? Grade 1 for me! REMEDIAL!!!!!!

Skipper- you have the patience of Job! I'm probably going to be as excited as you when you get spark to that puppy!
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Unread 06-24-2013, 08:50 PM   #5006
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I can share Scott's frustration with wiring. It's seems like an elusive thing to me. Some folks nail it and some don't. The ones that do say it's simple after you catch on. So Scott, my friend you'll catch on.
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Unread 06-25-2013, 04:54 AM   #5007
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Scott, you may have done this but I will mention it anyway.

When I modified the TBI harness, I used the pinout diagram and traced and labeled every wire at both ends of the harness. Once that was complete, I had no problem cutting out the un-needed wires.

I did the same with the engine/under dash 1983 Jeep harness (GM 151) and the 1986 Jeep harness (AMC 258) because I did not know what circuits were different between the year models or between the GM and AMC ignition systems.

Have you traced all the wires?
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Unread 06-25-2013, 12:34 PM   #5008
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Can you show me on the PCM plug what I need to keep, and where it gets connected? Grade 1 for me! REMEDIAL!!!!!!
Found this on NAXJA... It was easier to label the wires to remove with a lighter color. My comments in bold.

Ok, here we go. You're looking at the connector on the harness, not the PCM itself. There are three rows of pins, or actually cavities, and they are numbered starting at the top left. Top row goes 1 to 20. Middle row goes 21 to 40, and bottom row 41 to 60. All three rows are interrupted in the middle by the hold-down bolt.

The list is as follows:
1-MAP sensor signal
2-engine coolant temp signal
3-fused B+
4-sensor ground
5-ground
6- 5-volt supply
7-8-volt supply
8- blank
9-ign. switch output (run/start)
10-power steering switch sense
11ground
12-ground
13,14,15,16 - injectors 4,3,2,1
17 and 18 blank
19 ignl coil #1 driver
20-generator field driver
21 intake air temp sensor signal
22-Throttle pos. sensor signal
23- blank
24 -crankshaft pos. sensor signal
25-SCI transmit [Used for OBD diagnostic plug]
26-CCD Bus + (4.0 auto only)
27-a/c cycling switch sense
28-a/c pressure switch output
29-stop lamp switch sense

30-park/netural pos. switch sense [attach to ground for manual transmission]
31-radiator fan relay control (4.0 only)[can be used to trigger electric fan relay (instead of stand-alone temp switch)]
32-malfunction indicator lamp driver
33-veh., speed control vacuum solenoid control
34-a/c compressor clutch relay control

35-blank
36-generator lamp driver
37-blank
38-injector #5 driver (4.0 only)
39-Idle air control motor #1 driver
40- Idle air control motor #3 driver
41- heated oxygen sensor signal
42-blank
43-tachometer signal [can be used with aftermarket tach, will not work with stock CJ tach]
44-camshaft position sensor signal
45-SCI receive [used for OBD diagnostic plug]
46-CCD bus (-) 4.0 auto only
47 - veh speed sensor signal
48-veh speed control coast/set switch sense
49-veh speed control on/off switch sense
50-""" resume switch sense

51-automatic shut down relay control
52-blank
53-veh speed control vent solenoid control
54-up-shift lamp driver (manual trans) [some CJ's came with this instead of a tach]
55-blank
56-blank
57-Automatic shutdown relay output
58-injector #6 driver (4.0 only)
59-Idle air control #4 driver
60-Idle air control #2 driver
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Unread 06-25-2013, 05:09 PM   #5009
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Skipper- you have the patience of Job! I'm probably going to be as excited as you when you get spark to that puppy!
No! I don't!! I've got to get this done. Feeling the pressure. But I appreciate you saying so.

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I can share Scott's frustration with wiring. It's seems like an elusive thing to me. Some folks nail it and some don't. The ones that do say it's simple after you catch on. So Scott, my friend you'll catch on.
Thanks, Jim. I know I will, eventually. The CJ wiring came to me pretty quickly. I don't know why the XJ wiring isn't. Total Greek!

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Scott, you may have done this but I will mention it anyway.

When I modified the TBI harness, I used the pinout diagram and traced and labeled every wire at both ends of the harness. Once that was complete, I had no problem cutting out the un-needed wires.

I did the same with the engine/under dash 1983 Jeep harness (GM 151) and the 1986 Jeep harness (AMC 258) because I did not know what circuits were different between the year models or between the GM and AMC ignition systems.

Have you traced all the wires?
Yes... traced all the wires that I could figure out using the Haynes. I will go back with Ken's labeling and double-check what I have done. Pretty sure I have more than one wire to splice back. When that is completed, I think all I have to do is connect the "5 wires to fire". I just need to confirm those 5.

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Found this on NAXJA... It was easier to label the wires to remove with a lighter color. My comments in bold.

Ok, here we go. You're looking at the connector on the harness, not the PCM itself. There are three rows of pins, or actually cavities, and they are numbered starting at the top left. Top row goes 1 to 20. Middle row goes 21 to 40, and bottom row 41 to 60. All three rows are interrupted in the middle by the hold-down bolt.

The list is as follows:
1-MAP sensor signal
2-engine coolant temp signal
3-fused B+
4-sensor ground
5-ground
6- 5-volt supply
7-8-volt supply
8- blank
9-ign. switch output (run/start)
10-power steering switch sense
11ground
12-ground
13,14,15,16 - injectors 4,3,2,1
17 and 18 blank
19 ignl coil #1 driver
20-generator field driver
21 intake air temp sensor signal
22-Throttle pos. sensor signal
23- blank
24 -crankshaft pos. sensor signal
25-SCI transmit [Used for OBD diagnostic plug]
26-CCD Bus + (4.0 auto only)
27-a/c cycling switch sense
28-a/c pressure switch output
29-stop lamp switch sense
30-park/netural pos. switch sense [attach to ground for manual transmission]
31-radiator fan relay control (4.0 only)[can be used to trigger electric fan relay (instead of stand-alone temp switch)]
32-malfunction indicator lamp driver
33-veh., speed control vacuum solenoid control
34-a/c compressor clutch relay control
35-blank
36-generator lamp driver
37-blank
38-injector #5 driver (4.0 only)
39-Idle air control motor #1 driver
40- Idle air control motor #3 driver
41- heated oxygen sensor signal
42-blank
43-tachometer signal [can be used with aftermarket tach, will not work with stock CJ tach]
44-camshaft position sensor signal
45-SCI receive [used for OBD diagnostic plug]
46-CCD bus (-) 4.0 auto only
47 - veh speed sensor signal
48-veh speed control coast/set switch sense
49-veh speed control on/off switch sense
50-""" resume switch sense
51-automatic shut down relay control
52-blank
53-veh speed control vent solenoid control
54-up-shift lamp driver (manual trans) [some CJ's came with this instead of a tach]
55-blank
56-blank
57-Automatic shutdown relay output
58-injector #6 driver (4.0 only)
59-Idle air control #4 driver
60-Idle air control #2 driver
I can see I'm going to have to put you on my Christmas card list! Thank you, Ken... again! This is actually not far off of what I have already done. I so much appreciate the confirmation.

Working AZ next two nights. I will get to the Jeep this weekend. Wifey and kids heading out of town saturday...AGAIN, this time for four days. Clay won't be here to help. This seems to happen a lot. The A/C unit serving the Mstr BR, Kit, and Fam. Rm, AND the hot water heater in the kitchen croaked yesterday. So now I have another project! I think I'm just going to go somewhere...
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Unread 06-25-2013, 05:35 PM   #5010
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Come on up Scott. I just picked up a 12 pack of Shiner Bock today.


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