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    CSL MAP + Intake Air Temp sensor wiring info

    Hey everyone,

    I'm sure this information was posted on the old website, but for those of you who are doing the CSL airbox conversion and wish to run the MAP + temp sensor setup, I thought I'd post up the wiring guide here for easy access:
    • MAP sensor:
      • Pin 1 Red / Green 0.5mm to DME X60003 Pin 7 (Shared Power)
      • Pin 2 Brown / Orange 0.5 mm to DME X60003 Pin 17 (Ground)
      • Pin 3 Yellow 0.5mm to DME X60003 Pin 18 (Signal)
    • Temperature sensor:
      • Pin 1 Yellow / Blue 0.5mm to DME X60003 Pin 22 (Power)
      • Pin 2 Brown 0.5mm to DME X60003 Pin 25 (Ground)

    #2
    Buildjournal has a slightly different mapping of MAP wires. DIY here.

    They say the brown/orange wire to insert into pin 16. I'm not sure if this matters much?
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      #3
      Originally posted by sc_tr0jan_m3 View Post
      Buildjournal has a slightly different mapping of MAP wires. DIY here.

      They say the brown/orange wire to insert into pin 16. I'm not sure if this matters much?
      IIRC there’s a few that had problems with PIN 16 not sure what it comes down to.
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        #4
        Originally posted by COVID-19 View Post

        IIRC there’s a few that had problems with PIN 16 not sure what it comes down to.
        Interesting to find out. The previous owner of my car had the Kessel MAP plugged into 17 instead of 16. I need to find a way to test if the sensor is working as expected.
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        2004 Titanium Silver E46 M3 6 Speed | :: Track Car ::

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          #5
          Originally posted by sc_tr0jan_m3 View Post

          Interesting to find out. The previous owner of my car had the Kessel MAP plugged into 17 instead of 16. I need to find a way to test if the sensor is working as expected.
          Yeah I use 17 too, just like most members. You can use Testo to check the MAP.
          https://www.ecuworx.co.uk/2016/03/15...g-a-csl-clone/
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          Budget CSL MAP Conversion

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            #6
            Originally posted by COVID-19 View Post

            Yeah I use 17 too, just like most members. You can use Testo to check the MAP.
            https://www.ecuworx.co.uk/2016/03/15...g-a-csl-clone/
            I just gave that app a try and received an error of 'Failed to open port COM9'. It recognized my DME no problems and I double checked with INPA if the cable works well and no issues with INPA.
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              #7
              You need to set your USB to COM9 for Testo to function.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Cubieman View Post
                You need to set your USB to COM9 for Testo to function.
                Nice thanks. I ended up installing the standalone version and it appeared to work without having to change any ports.

                So if I'm reading this right... either my MAP sensor is entirely dead, or my DME hasn't been enabled to track it yet? I have a mss54hp DME but haven't upgraded the software to a CSL version yet to get enable a MAP sensor.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Cubieman View Post
                  You need to set your USB to COM9 for Testo to function.
                  Or change the port number under the [serial] section in testo.ini to whatever your usual com port is.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by sc_tr0jan_m3 View Post
                    I have a mss54hp DME but haven't upgraded the software to a CSL version yet to get enable a MAP sensor.
                    The sensor won't work without the CSL software.
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by heinzboehmer View Post

                      The sensor won't work without the CSL software.
                      Thought so. Thanks for confirming. Sounds like this will be my next quarantine project.
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