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    Default Gsi engine into gte loom problems

    Hi there, swapped my old 1.6 gte engine over to my spare 1.6 gsi engine,
    engine is turning over but have no spark or fuel, fuel pump is not priming,
    So Iím thinking wiring not right the wiring plug from the gsi engine has more
    wires through it, thereís a big black wire which Iím not sure what it is but looks
    like it needs connecting up anyone have any suggestions
    i have pictures but not sure how to upload off my phone
    got mot on Monday so hopfully can get sorted

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    If you have only changed the engine i cant see it been any different . Have you put the gte wiring and ecu onto it .
    You sure the thick black wire isnt the +12v for the ecu?

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    There are 2 different looms for the 1.6 gte/gsi. The e16se runs Siemens ecu and loom. The c16se ran bosch setup. It ain't compatible I found this out when I got the wrong set up.

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    Sorted now, the ignition live wasn’t connected it was in a different pin in the plug
    ive cut & joined them together, engine runs sweet as a nut considering it’s sat in my shed for
    10+ years. Think that’s why I was expecting the worse last night.
    thanks everyone

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