Pink (Ignition Switch 12V)
The pink wire is as an ignition input sensor used to control the operation of the main engine relays contained within the Haltech Fuse Box. It needs to be connected so that it sees 12V only when the ignition switch is on and during cranking. This wire does not draw a large amount of current (< 0.5A). Do not connect to the accessory output of the ignition switch.
Note *2 Can use 75A circuit breaker
The Elite Series ECU's cannot control the ignition coils directly. Some sort of ignition amplifier such as a power transistor, Haltech ignition module or high intensity spark unit (CDI unit eg MSD 6A, crane HI6, M&W pro12 etc) must be used to ...
To avoid damaging ignition components, ensure that you disconnect your ignition modules and or ignition fuse before power up for the first time, especially if the ECU is not yet configured for your particular engine and ignition system
This section contains setup information for ignition configuration, including coil arrangement selection, coil charge settings, and table selection. Page Contents Ignition Angle Ignition Load Type MAP Sensor Air Mass/Cyl Throttle Position Sensor ...
The Ignition Module should be mounted on a flat surface (eg. the firewall) to ensure proper heat dissipation and to avoid stress on the wiring connections. It is also important to prevent the module overheating by mounting it away from hot components ...
Tuning For Idle (ignition)
Typical idle speeds usually sit between 500 RPM and 1000 RPM. In order to assist the idle control mechanism to achieve a steady engine speed, it is advisable to ensure that the ignition advance at the idle loads between 500 and 1000 RPM are similar, ...