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This is a discussion on Turbo Timer Install within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I'm installing an apexi turbo timer right now and for some reason it's not keeping the car idling at ...

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    Turbo Timer Install

    So I'm installing an apexi turbo timer right now and for some reason it's not keeping the car idling at all once I shut it off though.

    Any ideas?

    btw I don't have the A/F ratio wire hooked up, do I need it hooked up for it to work correctly?




    Also... I know I don't technically need a turbo timer... don't want to hear it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorrowfulkiller View Post

    Also... I know I don't technically need a turbo timer... don't want to hear it
    yep....

    as for your problem, does your turbo timer have a parking brake immobilizer feature? if it does, and u leave your parking brake down when u take the keys outta the ignition, the engine will turn off.

    hope dat helps
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    yeah it does but I have the parking brake all the way up and its still not working

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    the turbo timer is counting down as soon as the car is started

    I think I may have the ignition and 12v wires switched... could that be the proeblem?
    Last edited by sorrowfulkiller; 02-12-2008 at 08:12 PM.

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    I switched the two wires and now its still counting down while the car is started and still on but the timer function works now and shuts off the car once the timer is at 0

    I'm going to see if maybe I used the wrong wire for the acc wire... see if that may be the issue

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    Okay got it working.... just connected the ACC wire from the TT to the 12v power wire...

    Still have a problem though, I'm not sure what wire to cut to arm the alarm and lock the doors with the remote. I've already cut and taped off the grey wire for the security module in the center console... I'm just note sure which connecter the black and green wire is at above the fusebox...

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