Perfect Power Wiring Diagram for a SMT6 - Fuel
Nova-A 1.4 (C14SE) - Both
1991 - 1993
2/15/2006 1:20:00 PM
Tips / Notes:
9/16/2011 11:53:44 AM
GM MULTEC - M
No. of Pins:
No. of Connectors:
RIGHT HAND SIDE KICKPANEL NEAR DOOR
No. of Rows:
2 BLOCK CONNECTOR
Wiring Connections for Fuel
Follow the above wiring diagram in sequence to get the best reliable, trouble free, installation for the SMT6 chip. First connect the power to the piggy back chip, which are normally the first two connections. Then tackle each connection in turn, start the engine and attempt some tuning to establish the validity of your connection. Should there be a fault, simply roll back your last connection. Most of our piggy back chips have a shorting plug which allows you to remove the chip from the car and return the installation to standard.
This particular wiring diagram is for fuel modification. If you are looking for improved fuel consumption and maybe improved performance, then this is the best place to start. If you have installed a K&N filter or changed your exchaust, then you will need a Perfect Power piggy back chip to get the most out of your engine. This electrical wiring diagram easily connects our SMT6 into your ECU wiring loom with a few simple steps.
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