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GAP Diagnostic EASC V1.0 Installation manual Document version: 1.0.5.1

GAP Diagnostic EASC V1.0

Installation manual

Document version: 1.0.5.1

Tools required:

Wire cutters and skinners.

Pocket knife or “exacto”.

Flat screwdriver.

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Torque (T20) bit screwdriver and/or ratchet.

Electrical tape.

Tie wraps.

Installation instructions

After the key has been removed from the ignition, you need to remove the lower passenger* fascia.

you need to remove the lower passenger* fascia. *This picture was taken from a North American

*This picture was taken from a North American vehicle, on left hand drive vehicle, the ECU will be on the other side.

The ECU module is the white rectangle. Remove the ECU module from its location by spreading the plastic tabs on each extremity. You can now pull on the module.

The connections should be done without the EASC connected to its harness. Connect the EASC to its harness only when all the connections to the vehicle are done.

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Care should be taken to prevent malfunction of the EASC and ECU. Each wire should be connected one by one and taped before you connect another one. This will prevent shorts circuits and the waste of time associated. Do not use TType connection, they do not provide a good electrical contact.

Before you connect any wires, we strongly advise you to remove the ECU fuse (number 57 in glove box) or disconnect the battery.

Here are the steps to properly connect your wires

Skin your EASC wires sufficiently using your wire cutters, minimum of one inch.

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Skin your ECU wires using wire strippers or your knife blade.

ECU wires using wire strippers or your knife blade. GAP Diagnostic 2011-02-07 All right reserved EASC

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Spread your ECU copper wires and pass the EASC wire through it.

ECU copper wires and pass the EASC wire through it. GAP Diagnostic 2011-02-07 All right reserved
ECU copper wires and pass the EASC wire through it. GAP Diagnostic 2011-02-07 All right reserved

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Twist the wires together.

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 Twist the wires together. Page 6 of 11  Protect all the connections with tape.

Protect all the connections with tape.

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Connections

Power and ground wires

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On the white connector you will see two big wires; these are the 12 V and ground wires.

Use the fuse holder with a 3 amp fuse when connecting the RED wire of the EASC to the RED (pin 10) wire on the ECU harness. The fuse holder should be the closest possible to the ECU wire.

Connect the brown wire of the EASC to the brown (pin 5) wire of the ECU.

Signal wires

The other connections are made using the wires on the black connector of the ECU module. The Yellow and Black wires need to stay twisted. Only at the connection point can they be untwisted the length needed. You will see two yellow wires twisted together, the Yellow and Black wires will be connected to this twisted pair.

Connect the Black wire of the EASC to the Yellow/Black (pin 2) wire of the ECU harness.

Connect the Yellow wire of the EASC to the Yellow/Brown (pin 20) wire of the ECU harness.

Connect the White wire of the EASC to the White/Red or White/Red/Yellow* (Pin 37) of the ECU harness. On some vehicle, there are 2 White/Red wires. Be careful to connect your white Wire to the right one.

*White/Red wire may have yellow dots on it.

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Connecting and EASC self diagnostic

Reconnect the battery or reinstall fuse 57 previously removed.

You can now connect the EASC module with the key to the off position. Upon connecting, the EASC will write messages on the instrument cluster. Here are the messages definitions:

Normal messages:

EASC: COMM TO EAS OK, the EASC was able to communicate with the EAS ECU.

EASC ALL CONNECT OK, all connections are ok.

TURN KEY TO IGNITION, when you see this message, turn the key to the on position. If the key is already at the on position, turn it off and on again.

Error messages:

If you see any of the following two messages, it means that you are not correctly connected to the CAN network. Verify the connections of the yellow and black wires.

EASC: ERROR 1 or 2 CAN, connection error on CAN wires ( twisted pair ).

If you see the following message, verify that the EAS ECU is working and that it has power.

NO COMM WITH EAS ECU, the EASC was enable communicate with the EAS ECU.

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No messages:

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If you have no messages on the instrument cluster, please make the following verifications:

Make sure the white wire of the EASC is connected to the white/Red* (pin 37)

Verify the power (red at pin 10) and ground (brown at pin 5) connections.

Verify that you have 12 Volts between the red and brown wires.

*White/Red wire may have yellow dots on it.

If it all fails, contact our customer support.

Finalizing installation

Now that everything works fine, attach the EASC solidly using tie wraps. Make sure there is no contact between the wires and any sharp metal parts of the vehicle.

Put the vehicle in park and the key to the on position. Wait 30 seconds and press the resume button of the cruise control on the steering wheel (topleft). Keep the button pressed for at least 10 seconds and then release it. The ECU Control message should appear on the information display. You are now ready to use your EASC. For operating instructions, please refer to the user manual.

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Wiring diagram

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Technical support

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If you have any question or comment, please contact us at:

support@gap diagnostic.com

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