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TDI Conversions Discussions on converting non TDIs into TDIS. More general items can be answered better in other sections. This is ideal for issues that don't have an overlap and are very special to swaping engines.

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Old January 16th, 2018, 18:26   #1
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Hi Iím needing to know which wire is what that comes out of the electronic pedal such as what is ground, 5v supply and signal.
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Old January 16th, 2018, 19:55   #2
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If you can find the ecu pinout you can probably get most of that from referencing the wire colours. There was also a post a while ago about some guy putting a alh style pedal connector on his ahu harness. That might have what your looking for.
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Old January 16th, 2018, 20:17   #3
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These might help..1 on the left,2 on right


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Old January 17th, 2018, 09:21   #4
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I donít think thatís exactly what Iím looking for. Iím doing a automatic swap and trying get my shift signals off the tps in the gas pedal. From what I understand half the pedal tells the injector pump what to do and the other half is your shift signals for automatic transmission. I need to know which wire supplies the tps with 5v which wire is ground and which wire is for signal.
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Yup, that's the above posted schematic, top one, lower left hand side.

Labeled "Throttle Position Sensor"... you can see the variable resistors that form the actual position sensor and the kickdown switches.

There's no "5V" type signals per se... it's a purely analogue sensor.

EDIT: meaning, no 5V digital output signals...I shoulda been clearer. Hasenwerk has posted the actual pin-outs below.
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Old January 17th, 2018, 09:53   #6
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I tried to get all destinations of the wires,would have been too small with 1
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Old January 17th, 2018, 10:12   #7
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MK4/5 Accelerator Pedal, 1x6 terminal

1 - F8 Engine Control Unit (Kickdown Switch: 0-90% = 9+V >90% = 0V)
2 - G79 Engine Control Unit (5.0V)
3 - G79 Engine Control Unit (GND)
4 - G79 Engine Control Unit (0% = 0.35V 25% = 1.1V 50% = 1.7V 75% = 2.3V 100% = 2.85V max = 4.5V)
5 - F60 Engine Control Unit (Idle switch - Signal: 0% = 0V, >1% = 2.785V)
6 - F60 Engine Control Unit (Idle switch - Ground)
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Old January 17th, 2018, 13:49   #8
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Ok thanks a lot everybody I think that answers my questions.
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MK4/5 Accelerator Pedal, 1x6 terminal
1 - F8 Engine Control Unit (Kickdown Switch: 0-90% = 9+V >90% = 0V)
2 - G79 Engine Control Unit (5.0V)
3 - G79 Engine Control Unit (GND)
4 - G79 Engine Control Unit (0% = 0.35V 25% = 1.1V 50% = 1.7V 75% = 2.3V 100% = 2.85V max = 4.5V)
5 - F60 Engine Control Unit (Idle switch - Signal: 0% = 0V, >1% = 2.785V)
6 - F60 Engine Control Unit (Idle switch - Ground)
Hi, not wanting to jack the thread, but I wanted to ask if pin out 4 would read 0-100% Thottle gradually or does it only read it at 25% increments? Iv got a stand alone controller that I need to have a 5v Thottle position signal from and I need it to read 0-100% all the way through. Example: 5%, 18%, 62% and so on.
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Yup, as I understand it pin 4 is a sensor output that ranges linearly between 0.35V (throttle at rest) to 4.5V (pedal to the floor).
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