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    280z
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    1977 280z, purchased 2017 in a garage as a non op "for parts" car even though it was a complete car. Owner said it didn't pass smog and so the challenge was on

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    HLS30-400185

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  1. Let me just restate my sentence now. "Great news!!!! Bosch relay #0332514120 does in fact WORK! Received my unit today and tested it and confirms it does work. Operates exactly as the old one with fuel pump turning ON in start and shuts off if AFM does not trigger fuel power. Connectors fit perfectly without modifications needed! Relay is slightly bigger than my old one but it will become a cheap insurance piece now!"
  2. Yes sorry I did mean on in start. AFR takes over when key returns to on.
  3. Oh no I trusted you! I just wanted to inform the previous members of the attempt.
  4. Version 1.0.1

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    This is a rough writeup I did in order to bring up a alternative to the stock EFI relay that have gotten so expensive in the last few years. Please send me a message if anything should be edited or explained better
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  5. Great news!!!! Bosch relay #0332514120 does in fact WORK! Received my unit today and tested it and confirms it does work. Operates exactly as the old one with fuel pump turning on in start and shuts off if AFM does not trigger fuel power. Connectors fit perfectly without modifications needed! Relay is slightly bigger than my old one but it will become a cheap insurance piece now! Writeup coming soon
  6. https://ratwell.com/technical/L-JetronicTester.html Just stumbled upon this on the site. Looks to be the same ECU connector as a 280z ecu...
  7. Well judging by this site: https://www.ratwell.com/technical/DoubleRelay.html that @SteveJ posted on another thread, it breaks down that relay and its components and even lists out what is inside that version. Stating that it could be made by hand if someone wanted too. It even talks about L- Jetronic and each pinout
  8. Just bought one, should be here this week. Will do some testing!
  9. The pinouts on that 121 don't seem to match up, maybe a later year revision?
  10. Im going to take that chance, I will follow up with my results. Based on the fact that Nissan used a licensed version of the Bosch system. Will follow up with results this week when new Bosch relay comes in the mail.
  11. Looks Great! I would also replace all the rubber brake lines while you have the suspension apart. It really becomes a real pain in the butt when you put in all the work and re bleed the brake lines just to find a cracked hose. Been there once and will never make that mistake again
  12. I Remember unscrewing that Philips screw on the front of the shock and it letting out a little bit of the gas. Tightened it back up due to me wanting to keep the pressure in. But that might be your best bet! Wear safety glasses as its pressurized. Just out of curiosity, why are you de pressurizing them?
  13. I just ordered a Bosch unit to test it out. luckily nothing is currently wrong with my relay right now but if the Bosch one works, its just cheap insurance at that point!
  14. What a good read! I only stumbled upon this correlation based on the pinouts. I really want to purchase a relay form amazon now and test out those findings. Trying to find stock EFI relays has gotten expensive.
  15. I wanted to see If anyone knew if their was any correlation between these two relays. One is the stock 280z fuel relay as we know it (under drivers side dash) and the other is a Bosch Fuel injecton relay for Porsche-VW. Bosch one is significantly cheaper than stock AND appears to have the same pinout. What are your thoughts?
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