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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 18, 2017, 05:11:16 PM »
 WHO ARE U KIDDING IT,S UNDER A CAR COVER I NEVER HAD THE USE OF A GARADE IT,S OUTSIDE 24/7 IT,S MY IDEAS THAT MAKE ME DIFFERENT  I THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX  O0 O0 :afto2: :afto2: :) :) :) :)
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by J dot Miller on March 17, 2017, 07:36:35 PM »
Bla bla bla, what are u talking about?  The car that won was driven 7 days a week, not 2.   I did not spend that much money, just added some graphics.  Then I  cleaned and waxed everything like I used to do...  Two coats of wax.  Detailed all aspects...  Yes, we all know you do not wax your cars!  Elbow grease wins this show not glitter, broom handles and cotton swabs!  You want to take the big one home, get a ready to work to win! 
 :first:
 :meeting:
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 16, 2017, 10:04:39 AM »
 BUT DON,T HAVE NEW OFF THE FLOOR SHOWROOM CAR LIKE U     MY CAR IS OUTDOORS AND DRIVEN 2DAY  A WEEK + CAR EVENTS AS WELL       RIGHT NOW IS UNDER 10 INS OF SNOW ..... >:( :( :embr: :'( BUT I STILL DO GOOD 4 THE FACT   THAT I DON,T SPEND A LOT OF MONEY 2 COMEPETE I USE MY IDEAS 2 MAKE A DIFFERENT TYPE OF CAR ....BUT MY IDEAS ARE RUNNING OUT     :help: :doh: :afit: I THINK I COULD B THERE :king: :pilot: :first: ALWAYS A WINNER SOMEWHERE...STILL CAN RETIRE AS MOST WON  :meeting: :meeting: :meeting: :meeting: :flex: :flex: :flex: :flex: :afto2: :afto2: :afto2: :) :) ;D ;D U COULD NEVER LIVE LONG ENOUGH 2 BEAT ME  8) 8) 8) 8)
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Car Shows / CRUISE 2 THE GAP WIND GARP CAR SHOW MAY 20 TH
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 13, 2017, 11:46:29 AM »
WWW.CRUISETOTHEGAP.ORG  4 INFO O0 :clap:
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by J dot Miller on March 12, 2017, 06:50:34 PM »
You never come to CANNSATTERS with me anymore because you never win.  But I showed you that you can.  Will you come this year?
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 12, 2017, 08:51:39 AM »
BTW CANNSATTERS IS AUG 12  NAZERATH IS JULY 15  FOR CANNSATTERS GO 2 CLASSIC CAR CLUB  :help: 8) :king: :pilot: :-[
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by J dot Miller on March 11, 2017, 01:00:26 PM »
What I did is great for someone who has old stock sensor cables that do not have worn or cracked jackets.  If this is the case then you can get the ASL160 and extend the length to match and throw on a wheel speed sensor Electrical Connector i.e.

Standard Motor Products S1021 Pigtail Connector left for 1989 XR7/ SC
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Open Chat / Re: Back again
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 07, 2017, 12:57:37 PM »
 wow we thought you went CHEVY A SOME DID right :miller: :hide: :-X :'( :'( :( :( >:( >:(
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for a 90 XR7/ Supercoupe
« Last post by FASTFREDDIE on March 06, 2017, 10:59:47 AM »
 UR THE MAN MAKING THE WAY 2 KEEP US ROLLING ON THE 2 LANE BLACK TOP  :bow1: :bow1: :king: :king: :pilot: :pilot: :first:
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Auto Tech / Re: Splicing ABS Sensor wire for XR7 and Supercoupe
« Last post by J dot Miller on March 05, 2017, 11:38:22 AM »
The coax wire is 6mm in diameter, since I plan to fold it over upon itís self I will need at least a 7mm diameter solder seal.  So here is the plan:
1.    Purchase Wire to Wire Solder Sleeve Clear 0.267" (6.78mm), 0.287" (7.29mm) DigiKey# A104846-ND.


2.   After some research with the wiring diagrams I determined that the negative braid goes to the black wire and the positive core goes to the brow wire.
3.   The old Coax has a clear plastic insulator that will easily melt so the braid will be folded over the outer jacket of the cable.  Here is a diagram of the old Coax wire:
 

4.   The center wire for the old coax cable will intentionally be several inches long so it can be soldered to the new ALS502 sensor.  Try to keep the insulator on it the part past the folded braid.
5.   To do the above I will need to stagger the new pigtail (from ALS502) wires approximately 3 inches apart and tin the ends.  As noted in number 2, the black wire will be longer.
6.   The longer tinned end of the ground wire will be placed over the folded braid with A104846-ND solder ring centered over it.
7.   Slid on shrink-wrap and solder splice the two remaining wires.
8.   Melt the shrink wrap as required.

Here is the fitment of the splice of the folded braid to the sensor black wire just before soldering and just above that is the brown wire fitment to the core of the old wire.


In the top of this picture is a test of the original wire where I folded the braid over the jacket and left the center core long.
 



Here is the other end of the old able black core soldered to the new ABS black wire.  Before soldering you will need to remove the part of the clear plastic insulator that goes underneath the solder seal.
 


Here is the final water proof sensor wire.


NOTES:
  • I will like to note than another option will be to purchase a splice with a ground wire 9i.e. DigiKey # A104745-ND).  Solder the braid such that the ground wire is opposite the new abs sensor wire then attach the ground to the frame.
  • Since I did this I could no longer find thunderbird ABS sensor wires and need to do the same thing on the left side due to an Mechanic error.  I purchased ASL160 an it appears to be something that will work on our cars.

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