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Old 20-10-15, 06:06 PM   #1
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Default Wiring pin-out for vacum electrovalve?

Can anyone help me out with wiring diagram / pin-out for the vacum electrovalve for the 1.6 HDi? Part 1618C9.

Which of the pins are what?

I guess one is +5v or +12v, and the other one is (-) trigger PWM singal controlled by ECU.

Trying to use one of these to control the turbo on my 405 T16 project

If anyone got access to wiring diagrams in Servicebox, it would be greatly appreciated.
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As far as i can tell it would not matter as its just a field coil and the valve moves in relation to the power applied basically 1 side is 12 volts and the other is earthed through the ecu this varies from zero to 100 % earthed depending on requirements
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Aha ok, so it'll not hurt the valve if I put constant current on it either, to check which of the air-ports that'll be correct to use for a given wiring setup?
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Old 21-10-15, 07:28 AM   #4
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yes that is correct
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