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    Posted: 17 Nov 2021 at 2:44pm
Hello everyone,

I look and investigate to convert my 1995 P10 auto gearbox to ethanol and before making any changes, I try to find out the margins available in the original version (injector flow rate, pump flow rate, etc. .) I therefore try to monitor the engine management.
And more particularly: monitor the richness of my combustion.
Not always wanting to go through the Calcultator diagnostic mode (with MIL), I invested in a bluetooth adapter for the Consult 1 socket.
(I took a NISBIE made by a Taiwanese who seems to know what he is doing judging by the quality of the documentation he makes available on his equipment).

The problem is... that it does not work.

After having looked at the connection of the device, and the connections of my Consult socket on the passenger compartment fuse box side ...
I notice inconsistencies ... the pins used are not the same on one side and the other ...
The concern is that everything I find on the internet as well as in wiring diagrams in factory manuals etc. indicates that the NISBIE connection is correct, and that my car has an "exotic" connection.

Photos are better than a long speech:
The NISBIE data sheet (similar to anything I find on the internet):

What I have in the cockpit:
 

As a general rule, the pins used are 1, 2, 6, 7, 8 and 9 (with wires colors that sometimes change).
Also to know is that everything I find often comes from versions other than European, see even Infiniti G20.

For my part, the pins used are 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11 with the colors:
1 Pink
2 -
3 Blue / White (or Blue / Gray)
4 Blue / Red
5 -
6 Red
7 Yellow
8 Black (with a silver dot)
9 Yellow
10 -
11 Yellow
12 -
13 -
14 -

Unfortunately, the color code used must be very specific because I couldn't find any match on the internet.
Having more wires than expected, I think that some should be used for special equipment such as ABS or others ... but are not necessary for diag by Nissan Data Scan.

On the other hand I have no way to find the correspondences of the data threads (RX, TX, CHK, CLK)
For the Ground, it should be fine ... and the IGN seems link to the MIL ... (a multimeter should do it).

I looked on the calculator card and I did not see any of the colors of the socket ... Perhaps the presence of the SMJ (Super Multi Junction) socket could explain this ...? They arrive on it and leave in another color?

Considering the position and the comfort to work below, and the quantity of wires on the calculator and the SMJ ... the task seems complicated to me, does anyone have an idea?

Thanks for your help
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After some checking... I noticed that there is a green wire hide behind, so.... :
1 Pink
2 Green
3 Blue / White (or Blue / Gray)
4 Blue / Red
5 -
6 Red
7 Yellow
8 Black (with a silver dot)
9 Yellow
10 -
11 Yellow
12 -
13 -
14 -

and so, each pin is used... but maybe not in the order ?
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