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Unread 08-11-2015, 09:12 AM   #1
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Default multi-step resistor values needed

Please post if you know the values for each of resistors on the multi-step potentiometer. Thank you
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Unread 08-11-2015, 09:49 AM   #2
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Default Re: multi-step resistor values needed

That is from the 98-99 supplement manual,...


7.1. Disconnect the six-pin connector at multi-step potentiometer.
7.2. Using a multimeter set to 20K ohms, connect black (-) lead of multimeter to purple wire terminal end
(located in six-pin connector on potentiometer). Connect red (+) lead (with insulation probe) to yellow wire
at six-pin connector.
7.3. Measure resistance while depressing the accelerator pedal. The measured resistance should increase
incrementally in six steps:


1st Step: 910 ohms (approx.)
2nd Step: 1660 ohms (approx.)
3rd Step: 2570 ohms (approx.)
4th Step: 3570 ohms (approx.)
5th Step: 4570 ohms (approx.)
6th Step: 5570 ohms (approx.)


So in series it should be
910
750
910
1K
1K
1K

Bands if needed for 5%

750Ω 5%
Violet, green, brown, gold.
910Ω 5%
White, brown, brown, gold.
1kΩ 5%
Brown, black, red, gold.

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Default Re: multi-step resistor values needed

You did not specify if it was a 2 wire or 3 wire Multi-Step potentiometer, so here are both (there were multiple flavors of the old 2 wire style):

All resistors start counting from the post #3 (Post #1 is wiper connection and #2 is open)

3 wire Multi-Step Resistor Values:
910Ω
750Ω
910Ω
1000Ω
1000Ω
1000Ω

2 wire Multi-Step Resistor Values (95+):
300Ω
390Ω
300Ω
750Ω
1000Ω
2200Ω

2 wire Multi-Step Resistor Values (94-):
910Ω
620Ω
620Ω
750Ω
820Ω
1100Ω
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Default Re: multi-step resistor values needed

Thanks guys this is great to have this information where it can be easily accessed by members who ask for it.
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Default Re: multi-step resistor values needed

The primary difference between the 2 wire rates is voltage.

48v. uses the 300 ohm and up rate
36v. uses the 910 ohm and up rate


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