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Old 12-01-2018, 08:22 AM
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Hi guys
I am working on my sons 2000 gc8 WRX
Having problems with factory boost solenoid.
I tried checking the wire from pin 19 B134 on the ecu to the solenoid with a ohm meter could not get a connection.
Can someone please tell me if the boost solenoid control wire is pin 19 on plug B134 (the black plug).
I have tested the solenoid and when supplied power from the battery it clicks and stops the flow when you blow through the boost lines.
When it is plugged back in the boost is about 10psi and I have no control over it in the ECULABS software.
Following on from my post in the ECU section I need to use the factory solenoid and not the eboost2 so that launch control and full throttle shifting can be setup.

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Old 12-01-2018, 08:51 AM
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I have an oem boost solenoid from my 2010 sti, you can have it if it can be barstardised to work. I live near Joondalup.
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Thanks for the offer Nick but I think the solenoid is okay and it is the wiring.
I wanted to double check if I was testing the correct wire for the boost solenoid.
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Hi guys
I am working on my sons 2000 gc8 WRX
Having problems with factory boost solenoid.
I tried checking the wire from pin 19 B134 on the ecu to the solenoid with a ohm meter could not get a connection.
Can someone please tell me if the boost solenoid control wire is pin 19 on plug B134 (the black plug).
I have tested the solenoid and when supplied power from the battery it clicks and stops the flow when you blow through the boost lines.
When it is plugged back in the boost is about 10psi and I have no control over it in the ECULABS software.
Following on from my post in the ECU section I need to use the factory solenoid and not the eboost2 so that launch control and full throttle shifting can be setup.
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