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    Can the Terminator be wired on pin 20A for oil pressure, and then tap into A18 ground & A26 +5V so it will show on the 3.5" TSLCD? I know the HP has this option, but the Terminator doesn't have pin 20A wired. I know I'd need to get the correct pin to wire into the ECU connector. I have a pigtail plug for the transducer.

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    Thanks. I know I can get the connectors. I mainly wanted to know if I can install the connector on pin 20A, wire as mentioned and get the signal. I already use the fuel transducer and wanted to add oil pressure.

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    Did you read post #4 of that link? It explains exactly how to do it. Yes, pin P1A-A20 is the oil pressure input.
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    Yes, I read the post, and re-read the post. My only question was if the ECU was internally wired (because of the Terminator status), and I know it's like the HP. Just wanted to clear that part. I knew the harness wasn't wired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weendoggy View Post
    My only question was if the ECU was internally wired (because of the Terminator status), and I know it's like the HP. Just wanted to clear that part.
    Yes, the Terminator ECU & HP ECU are identically the same ECU, internally & externally. The only difference is the decal (sticker).
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