Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

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Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

#1 Post by Just fix it » Mon Aug 27, 2018 6:07 pm

Does anyone have an interface lead for an AC Stag 4 Eco ecu.

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Re: Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

#2 Post by LPGC » Mon Aug 27, 2018 11:13 pm

Stag 4's are a bit oldskool now, they use the most common LPG interface connection pinout and are not demanding in terms of interface cable... You should get this sorted easy.
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Re: Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

#3 Post by Just fix it » Tue Aug 28, 2018 9:25 pm

I've got a lead with 4 adaptors each with a number 2-5 inclusive. Each adaptor has 3 cores whereas the lead on the harness has 4. Is there a common colour code for the cores out of the ecu on the interface connector. I've had a quick look and see that adaptor 7 in a multi set of 11 is the one required for Stag 4, are the adaptor numbers used an industry standard.

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Re: Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

#4 Post by LPGC » Tue Aug 28, 2018 9:57 pm

Would be better to find what interface cable you have and then we'd know what adaptor sets are available for it... If we tried to go with 'common wiring colours' it would be very easy to go wrong. There aren't really standard wiring colours, colours probably depend on which type of 'multi set' you have. You might have a WTV set in which case you'd want adaptor number 8 but if you don't have the WTV type adaptor 8 might be wrong. Interface cable wire colours don't often match LPG ECU loom wire colours.
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Re: Wanted AC STAG-4 ECO Interface Lead

#5 Post by Brian_H » Tue Aug 28, 2018 11:11 pm

If it is one of WTV's leads it should be obvious - they are labelled as such on the connectors

Just incase you've brought it from elsewhere, or inherited it/found it, they look like these ones
https://www.lpg-kits.com/Pages/interfaces.htm

He also does a serial port one, though you should be able to find it on his site if thats what you've got, same adaptors work for both of them. otherwise there is no standard numbering or whatever, as the manufacturers all supplied there own (though a lot electrically are the same anyway).

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