my car is a "from-factory-fe-dohc" so i have the correct ecu for the Fe-dohc enginge, how can i tell if it's vaf or maf?evo626 said:Yes it will work. Fe-DOHC doesn't always use the F2 vaf, most are maf. I believe the ecu can take the afc signals. But try finding a FE-DOHC ecu and full wiring harrness and you realize why most just go standalone.
A flapper in the piping between the airfilter to the intake? i'll take some pics of my ecu/engine and post them in ~2hFlySwat said:A VAF will have a mechanical flapper door in it, a MAF should just have a few wires running through it. (Or was that IAC? I forget)
No, Even if the VAF returned a linear signal that S-AFC could understand the F2 ECU will not be able to understand the S-AFC's output. This is why we can't just put a MAP sensor in our intake manifold and be done.]Originally Posted by: maxspeed92
the connector to that maf looks alot like our connectors to our vafs, so will the the fe3 maf work on our cars
You migth find something in This zipped collection of JPEG`sYouAsk said:Then the S-AVFshould work, do anyone have a pinlayout of the cable-connector for the FE-doch ecu?