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SWI-ALP Universal Steering Wheel Control Interface Instructions

November 27th, 2009 · No Comments

Prepare for the installation.
• If possible, install the SWI-ALP while you are installing the new head unit. Keep in mind you may need to plug in the factory stereo to locate certain wires; therefore do not complete the head unit installation until the SWI-ALP is working properly.
• Plan a general installation location for both the SWI-ALP plug and the control body. Keep in mind that the supplied wire harness is two feet long, and the 1/8″ plug harness is three feet long.
• Use a multimeter or approved measuring device for checking vehicle circuits
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1999-2005 GM-All Mini Vans, Astro & Venture Secure Idle Installation

September 14th, 2009 · No Comments

“SECURE IDLE” is an ignition switch bypass device designed to provide all the electrical functions that the OEM ignition switch normally provides. For proper operation and long term performance, do not deviate from the wire connection instruction. For each wire connection, remove approximately one half inch of insulation from the OEM wire, but DO NOT cut the wire into. Cutting the wires causes high resistance and a possible failure point. Strip app. one half inch of insulation from the end of the “SECURE IDLE” wires to be attached to the OEM wires. Wrap the “SECURE IDLE” wire around the bare area of the OEM wire and solder the connection. Tape the connection thoroughly after it cools.
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1997-2002 Ford Expedition/Navigator Secure Idle Installation Instructions

July 28th, 2009 · No Comments

“SECURE IDLE” is an ignition switch bypass device designed to provide all the electrical functions that the OEM ignition switch normally provides. For proper operation and long term performance, do not deviate from the wire connection instruction. For each wire connection, remove approximately one half inch of insulation from the OEM wire, but DO NOT cut the wire into. Cutting the wires causes high resistance and a possible failure point. Strip app. one half inch of insulation from the end of the “SECURE IDLE” wires to be attached to the OEM wires. Wrap the “SECURE IDLE” wire around the bare area of the OEM wire and solder the connection. Tape the connection thoroughly after it cools.
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1995-2004 Ford Crown Victoria ‘Secure Idle’ Installation Instructions

July 8th, 2009 · No Comments

“SECURE IDLE” is an ignition switch bypass device designed to provide all the electrical functionsthat the OEM ignition switch normally provides. For proper operation and long term performance, do not deviate from the wire connection instruction. For each wire connection, remove approximately one half inch of insulation from the OEM wire, but DO NOT cut the wire into. Cutting the wires causes high resistance and a possible failure point. Strip app. one half inch of insulation from the end of the “SECURE IDLE” wires to be attached to the OEM wires. Wrap the “SECURE IDLE” wire around the bare area of the OEM wire and solder the connection. Tape the connection thoroughly after it cools.
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1994–1996 Ford Econoline Intelligent Lift Interlock System (ILIS) – Installation Instructions

July 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

To aid in installation, first gain access to the connection points. Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column and the engine cover. Also, gain access to the lift power switch and the lift door switch circuits. These are usually accessible in the front control panel. It is not necessary to cut any Ford wires during the installation of the ILIS wire harness.
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2004 Ford Econoline – 6.0L Diesel Engine Intelligent Lift Interlock System (ILIS501-DC) – Installation Instructions

May 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

To aid in installation, first gain access to the connection points. Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column. Also, gain access to the lift power switch and the lift door switch circuits. These are usually accessible in the front control panel. It is not necessary to cut any Ford wires during the installation of the ILIS wire harness.
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Installation & Tuning Instructions For all Motorcycle Applications

June 27th, 2008 · No Comments

To get the most from your PowerCard, it is important to recognize the difference between “load,” and throttle position/RPM. For example, put your motorcycle in first gear and hold the throttle wide-open, then do the same thing in fifth. Notice how the rate of RPM change is much faster in first gear than in fifth. This is because the load in fifth gear is much higher. Any given combination of throttle position and RPM can be associated with vastly different loads. PowerCard recognizes this, and uses proprietary algorithms to apply the right amount of additional fuel in the right circumstance. The PowerCard technology is unique because it is load based and does not rely solely on throttle position and RPM; it determines load based on the output from the factory programmed ECU, which has had thousands of hours of development and uses many sensors. Once the PowerCard “knows the load”, you can adjust it to provide the extra fuel needed to get maximum performance from your modifications.
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Toyota Camry Charging System pdf

June 10th, 2008 · No Comments

The generator is a small, high speed, high performance type with an voltage regulator incorporat– ed. The voltage regulator uses integrated circuits and controls the voltage produced by the generator.

PRECAUTION
1. Check that the battery cables are connected to the correct terminals.
2. Disconnect the battery cables when the battery is given a quick charge.
3. Do not perform tests with a high voltage insulation resistance tester.
4. Never disconnect the battery while the engine is running.
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