Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Postby OMEOMAN on Sat Jan 21, 2017 2:44 pm

hi all, i just got a stealth 3 controller for the mq. can anyboby tell me where to find a reverse light wire (trigger) within the cabin. i have a 6 speed manual.
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reverse wire in cab

Postby OMEOMAN on Sat Jan 21, 2017 5:38 pm

hi all.i have a 2016 mq manual. is there a reverse wire in the cab that i can hook a stealth trottle controller onto it?
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Re: reverse wire in cab

Postby explorer.dave on Sun Jan 22, 2017 1:07 am

2 posts in 2 different threads asking the same question :?
Okay, you are fitting a throttle controller right?
Why do you need a reverse wire?
Throttle controllers are fitted to your OBD2 port, read the instructions.

EDIT
SORRY, my bad, too many beers. :lol: It does NOT go to your OBD2 port
it is fitted to your throttle port, it is a piggy back plug fitted in-line with your FBW throttle port.
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Re: Throttle controller on mq?

Postby OMEOMAN on Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:10 am

the reverse wire is needed to disconnect the throttle controller when you select reverse for saftey reasons, and yes there is an obd2 port plug to be used. i did read the instructions, that is why i am asking members if they know of a reverse wire in the cab of a mq. i am guessing that you dont have one.
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Re: Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Postby NowForThe5th on Sun Jan 22, 2017 7:02 am

Right. Three threads merged into two, off topic posts removed, threads re-titled.

Omeoman, do not cross post. This just makes work for a Moderator to clean up the mess and won't be appreciated. :evil:

Now, the Stealth Throttle Controller does have the option to connect to a reverse wire so that the controller does not operate in reverse. Good idea.

In both the Fourth Generation Tritons and the Pajeros Mitsubishi do have a reverse wire in one of the looms under the console. It's reasonable to expect that they've probably done the same with the MQ,

So, a little investigation finds....

From the online manual
Reverse_camera_MQ.png


The connector locations
Dash_connectors_MQ.png


and
Dash_connectors_2_MQ.png


From these I'd figure that you should be able to pick up a reverse signal at Connectors D22 or D247.

Would need in vehicle verification.
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Re: Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Postby OMEOMAN on Sun Jan 22, 2017 7:12 am

thanks now for the 5th, i will try for the no.22 connector. i tried to delete one of those posts, but as you can see it did not happen. thanks again.
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Re: Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Postby MQFan on Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:18 pm

Fitted the Stealth to the MQ but decided not to connect the reverse wire. Waited to see if necessary.

In my case I don't think I need it.

Sorry can not help.
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Re: Stealth Throttle Controller - Reverse Wire - MQ

Postby Greytriton on Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:37 pm

I dint bother. Its fine...

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