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    Default Re: The LHD Digidash Bible

    Yes you listed it somewhere. I think I will try to get Yazaki connectors.

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    A buddy of mine have found a very good source for the connectors.
    http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...onnectors.html

    For the digidash you will need the female 090 MT connectors.
    partnumbers:
    12pin: #12P090-MT Female; 18pin: #18P090-MT Female; 20pin: #20P090-MT Female

    I have bought a set and they fit perfectly.

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    Sweet! That really helps out. I'm starting to work on another conversion and finding new connectors really makes my life easier.
    My build thread Convert your factory RHD digidash to fit in your LHD MKIII!

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    I have a question regarding the external speed signal generator that the speedo cable connects to.
    Can this be directly connected to the standard ECU or does the digital dash modify the signal before sending to the ECU
    I need to feed a speed signal to a standard ECU to keep the auto trans ecu happy but there won't be a standard dash to supply the signal. The digi dash external speed signal generator looked like a promising solution

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    Unfortunately, the digital dash does mess with the signal some before it goes to the ECU. I believe it is something like a divide by 5 setup or something along those lines. The external speed sensor puts out 20 pulses per revolution but if I remember correctly, the stock speed sensor is something like 4 pulses per revolution.
    My build thread Convert your factory RHD digidash to fit in your LHD MKIII!

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    Is there anyway to convert the kilometers to standard U.S mph?

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    Default Re: The LHD Digidash Bible

    Sorry, I haven't been around here in awhile. Yes there is. I go through the procedures on post #57. I am working on another LHD digidash, but without owning a Supra anymore, it is kind of difficult to experiment around like I did on the genesis project.
    My build thread Convert your factory RHD digidash to fit in your LHD MKIII!

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