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Old 15 January 2008, 15:21   #1
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New ECM connector for 2008 Suzuki's

I gather that all Suzzy 2008 engines have a different style interface plug on the ECU for hooking up a PC or NMEA multi function display. The old type was circular and they've now changed it to square. Anyone have a piccy of the new style or know if it's available from RS or Maplin.

Reason being I've got the Lowrance/Suzuki interface loom to be able to get NMEA2000 data from the engine, but i've got the round connector on my loom and the new engine (not yet arrived) will have a square one. So I'd like to build an adaptor rather than pay Suzuki's prices for their one!
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Can't you fit a round plug into a square hole???
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Old 16 January 2008, 08:10   #3
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yeah yeah..... I was waiting for that one!
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Is it one of these your after?

It goes from the round on the left, to the square on the right...
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This is a better picture..

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Old 21 January 2008, 15:02   #6
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Yep that's the baby, thanks.

Looks to me like there's fewer connectors on the square plug than on the round. Is it just a straight wiring loom or are there some electronics between?

Also, are there any identifying marks on the square bit so I can try and source one off the web? Ideally I'd like to chop off the round bit from my loom and connect the square one on instead.

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Not the type of plug i've seen in cpc or rs. I tried to get one for about 4 months from Navico, with no joy... I picked one up off the shelf in the states when i was over there in November. Don't know if i would bother trying to make one up for the hassle.
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