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    DP Chip # DP34 Installaition and Tuning guide

    To suit GU Patrol with the 3Ltr Direct Injection motor. Please check if this is the right instructions, DP#34, for your chip prior to using.
    Tuning1.pdf
    tuning2.pdf
    coverback.pdf
    cover.pdf
    wiring diagram.pdf This wiring diagram if for a 2001 Y61. ST model with manual trans and no dual zone air or ABS. As there will be a difference.

    If theres a better way to put these pdf's on here, let me know...
    Last edited by mudski; 4th March 2015 at 06:19 PM.

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    Hi Mudski, one way to put them in your post is like this.
    First convert or save the files as .jpg rather than .pdf.
    Second use the ‘insert image’ function
    this brings up a box allowing you to select an image off the ’net or off your computer. The select off your computer doesn’t work for me, but if you click ‘Basic uploader’ that works. I’m not sure how it’s possible to have the image embedded in the post without the additional ’thumbnail attachment’ showing too.


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    An alternative is to upload the .jpg to a free photo hosting site like Flickr & then link to it in your post like this.


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    Good timing Mudski as Dinger is after a wiring diagram for the DP chip, well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuppa View Post
    An alternative is to upload the .jpg to a free photo hosting site like Flickr & then link to it in your post like this.
    Yeah I thought of that but I wanted to do it so they could simply download the pdf and print if off.

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    Mark you are a champion mate. I knew you had posted this up before because i had seen it about 9 mnths ago. i was up until all hrs searching the forum until I found it. So thank you very much for finding the information again, and posting it up here. P.S I got your old thread back up and it was very easy to print off in one hit. Thanks again
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    No worries Paul. I thought I had posted it before but I could find it too for some reason.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Yeah I thought of that but I wanted to do it so they could simply download the pdf and print if off.

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    No worries, I thought you just wanted to embed a pdf into your post. Doing it as you did in your OP achieves what you wanted.

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    Ok so I've just had a quick look at how to install this chip and I'm wondering how you guys went about connecting it to the pump. I can only see about 10mm of cable where it's meant to connect too. Did you just solder it on there or is there some special adaptor you used? Thanks
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    Yeah those two wires on the pump are a real pain to get to. I just used scotch locks.

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