efi harness kit - Holley Performance Products
EFI HARNESS KIT
558-500, 558-501 & 558-502
Kit Contents:
Main Harness
Power Harness
Injector Harness
558-102: Kits 558-500
558-308: All Kits
558-200: Kits 558-500 & 502
558-103: Kits 558-501 & 502
558-201: Kit 558-501
Important Wiring “Do’s and Don’ts”
An EFI system depends heavily on being supplied a clean and constant voltage source. The grounds of an electrical system are just as
important as the power side.
HP and Dominator ECU’s both contain multiple processing devices that require clean power and ground sources. The wiring
harnesses for them must be installed in such a manner that they are separated from “dirty” power and ground sources.
DO’S
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Install the main power and ground directly to the battery.
Keep sensor wiring away from high voltage or “noisy/dirty” components and wiring, especially secondary ignition wiring,
ignition boxes and associated wiring.
Use shielded/grounded cable that is supplied for wiring crankshaft and camshaft signals.
Properly solder and heat shrink any wire connections.
It is critical that the engine has a proper ground connection to the battery and chassis.
On GM LSx engines, always install the black “ignition ground” wire in the harness to the engine block or cylinder head.
DON’TS
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DO NOT EVER run high voltage or “noisy/dirty” wires in parallel (bundle/loom together) with any EFI sensor wiring. If wires
need to cross, try to do so at an angle.
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Do not let Crank and Cam signal wiring near spark plugs and coil wires.
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Do not run non-shielded/grounded wire for crankshaft and camshaft signals, especially magnetic pickups.
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Do not run the USB Communications cable near or with any noisy wires.
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Do not exceed the current limits provided for the various outputs. If current levels exceed these, use the appropriate relay or
solenoid drivers.
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Do not use improper crimping tools.
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Don’t use things like “t-taps”, etc. Use solder and heat shrink.
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It is never recommended to splice/share signal wires (such as TPS, etc) between different electronic control units.
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Don’t wire items that require “clean” ground or power to the same points.
Main Harness
The following quick guide overviews all connections on the “Main Harness”. The Main Harness supports all the primary engine
sensors, fuel and ignition for 8 cylinder engines, the #1 wideband oxygen sensor, and the first four programmable input and output
channels. There are two connectors for this harness designated as “J1A” (pin designations below that start with an A) and “J1B” (pin
designations below that start with a B).
The following descriptions indicate the name of the item and the name as labeled on the harness is shown in parenthesis. The pinout
for the ECU is then shown. If the wires are terminated into the same connector on every type of main harness, the connector pinout is
given as well. If the connector may vary by application, such as a TPS or IAC, the connector pinout is not given. To see the connector
pinout for a specific application, locate the wiring diagram themselves contained in the WIRING APPENDIX, located in the software.
Primary Sensors
Crank Position Sensor (CRANK)
Holley EFI systems work with 24X and 58X LS crank sensors.
A30 – Crank Input Signal
A18 – Sensor Ground
A26 – Sensor +5V Reference Out
Camshaft Position Sensor (CAM)
Holley EFI systems work with 1X and 4X LS cam sensors.
A22 – Cam Input Signal
A18 – Sensor Ground
A26 – Sensor +5V Reference Out
Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)
Holley EFI systems work with any 0-5V throttle position sensors.
A5 – TPS Signal
A18 – Sensor Ground
A26 – Sensor +5V Reference Out
Manifold Air Pressure Sensor (MAP)
Holley EFI systems work with 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 Bar MAP sensors. Make sure to select the proper sensor used in the software.
A18 – Sensor Ground
A23 – MAP Sensor Signal
A26 – Sensor +5v Reference Out
Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS)
Holley EFI systems work with any 2 wire thermistor style coolant temperature sensors. Make sure to select the proper sensor in the
software.
A18 – Sensor Ground
A19 – Coolant Temp In
Manifold Air Temperature Sensor (MAT)
Holley EFI systems work with any 2 wire thermistor style manifold air temperature sensors. Make sure to select the proper sensor in
the software.
A11 – Manifold Air Temp In
A18 – Sensor Ground
Knock Sensor (Knock)
Holley EFI systems work with either a one wire or two wire knock sensor. Application specific harnesses will have the correct knock
sensor connections installed on the harness. A Universal harness comes with a 3 pin metripak connector. If a knock sensor is added,
it should be connected into this connector
A21 – Knock Sensor #2 Input (Pin A)
A29 – Knock Sensor #1 Input (Pin B)
A18 – Sensor Ground (Pin C)
Wide Band Oxygen Sensor (WB02)
Holley EFI systems can work with either a Bosch (PN 554-101) or NTK (PN 554-100) wide band oxygen sensor. These sensors must
be purchased from Holley as they are calibrated specifically for use with Holley EFI systems.
A34 – WB1 HTR+ (Pin A)
A9 – WB1 HTR - (Pin B)
A16 – WB1 COMPR1 (Pin C)
A7 – WB1 CCOMPR2 (Pin D)
A17 – WB1 VS-/IP- (Pin E)
A33 – WB1 IP+ (Pin F)
A25 – WB1 VS+ (Pin G)
A8 – WB1 Shield (Pin H)
Fuel Pressure (Fuel)
A fuel pressure input is a standard feature on Holley EFI. A connector is installed that is plug-and-play with Holley 100 PSI pressure
transducer PN 554-102. A different 0-5V transducer can be used, but the calibration must be set up as a custom sensor in the
software. If these are not connected to a pressure transducer, the Fuel and Oil Pressure will read “LOW Err” in the data monitor. This
will not cause any issues.
A18 – Sensor Ground (Pin A)
A26 – Sensor +5V Reference Out (Pin B)
A31 – Fuel Pressure Signal (Pin C)
Oil Pressure (Oil)
An oil pressure input is a standard feature on Holley EFI. A connector is installed that is plug-and-play with Holley 100 PSI pressure
transducer PN 554-102. A different 0-5V transducer can be used, but the calibration must be set up as a custom sensor in the
software. If these are not connected to a pressure transducer, the Fuel and Oil Pressure will read “LOW Err” in the data monitor. This
will not cause any issues.
A18 – Sensor Ground (Pin A)
A26 – Sensor +5V Reference Out (Pin B)
A20 – Fuel Pressure Signal (Pin C)
CANbus (CAN)
All harnesses have a CANbus communications connector. This is used to communicate with CANbus devices, such as the Avenger
Handheld tuning module or the 5.7” Touch Screen LCD. If these devices or any other CANbus device is not being used, there is no
need to do anything with this connector.
A24 – CAN Lo (Pin B)
A32 – CAN Hi (Pin A)
Primary Outputs
Idle Air Control (IAC)
The terminated IAC connector is for a 4 wire stepper type IAC. A 2 wire PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) IAC can be used, see section
9.2. The following shows the outputs for a stepper IAC.
B1 – IAC A Lo
B2 – IAC A Hi
B8 – IAC B Lo
B9 – IAC B Hi
Fuel Injector Outputs (Injectors)
All terminated harnesses have a fuel injector connector. Various fuel injector harnesses plug into this connector. It is essential these
harnesses are used so that injector firing sequence is maintained.
Note that for engines with different firing orders, you do NOT change these pins. The engine’s firing order is input in the software itself.
Pin’s A-H are routed to the cylinder number designation for the engine (i.e. A goes to cylinder #1, B goes to cylinder #2, etc). V8
harnesses offered by Holley are labeled for GM, Ford, and Chrysler engines.
B19 – Injector A (Pin A)
B26 – Injector B (Pin B)
B25 – Injector C (Pin C)
B13 – Injector D (Pin D)
B7 – Injector E (Pin E)
B4 – Injector F (Pin F)
B5 – Injector G (Pin G)
B6 – Injector H (Pin H)
+12V Power – (Pins J/K)
DIS Connector Even
Will connect to factory GM LS Coil harnesses. For Holley Smart Coils use PN 558-307.
Loose – Chassis Ground (Pin A)
B15 – EST B/CYL 2 (Pin B)
B16 – EST D/CYL 4 (Pin C)
Empty – (Pin D)
B14 – EST Ground Out (Pin E)
B17 – EST F/CYL 6 (Pin F)
B18 – EST H/CYL 8 (Pin G)
RELAY 30 +12V Coil power (Pin H)
DIS Connector Odd
Will connect to factory GM LS Coil harnesses. For Holley Smart Coils use PN 558-307.
Loose – Chassis Ground (Pin A)
B24 – EST G/CYL 7 (Pin B)
B23 – EST E/CYL 5 (Pin C)
Empty – (Pin D)
B14 – EST Ground Out (Pin E)
B22 – EST C/CYL 3 (Pin F)
B21 – EST A/CYL 1 (Pin G)
RELAY 30 +12V Coil power (Pin H)
NOTE: On GM LSx engines, always install the black “ignition ground” wire in the harness to the engine block or cylinder head.
NOTE: See section 8.0 of the Holley EFI User Manual for diagrams on wiring most ignition systems
Loose Wires
The following loose wires in the main wiring harness should be connected as follows on all systems:
12V Switched – Color = Red/White – Should be connected to a clean +12 volt power source. Power source should only be active
when the ignition is on. Make sure source has power when engine is cranking as well. Not all sources apply power when the ignition
switch is in “cranking” position.
12V Battery – Color = Red – Should be connected directly to the battery. There is a fuse holder attached that should contain a 20A
rated fuse. This powers the fuel pump and fuel injectors.
12V Fuel Pump – Color = Green - Used to directly power a fuel pump (+12 volt). Fully terminated harnesses utilize a relay to supply
this power. 14 gauge wire is used. Due to this, it is not recommended for pumps that draw over 10-12 Amps to use this wire. For high
current pumps, use this wire to trigger a separate relay and use larger gauge wire to feed the pump - 10 gauge is recommended.
Points Output – Color = White – Used to trigger a CD ignition box. See the ignition wiring section for detailed wiring.
Ignition/DIS Chassis Ground – Color = Black – Connect to a ground point that has excellent connectivity with both the engine and
the battery.
“Coil –” – Color = Yellow – Used for an RPM input signal when not controlling timing and NOT running a Capacitive Discharge (MSD)
ignition system. See the ignition wiring section 8.0 for detailed wiring. WARNING! Connecting this wire to the coil of a CD ignition will
damage the ECU.
ECU Pinout
The following is a pinout of the J1A and J1B connectors:
NOTE: ECU pinout is identical for the HP and Dominator.
J1A Connector
Pin
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
Function
Coil - Input
Fuel Pump Out (+12v) (10A Max)
Input #2 (F52THG)
Input #4 (F5G)
TPS Input
Points Trigger Output
WB1 COMPR2
WB1 Shield
WB HTR Switched +12v Input
Manifold Air Temp Input
Input #1 (F52THG)
Input #3 (F5G)
Cam/Crank Ground
Gauge Digital Output
WB1 COMPR1
WB1 VS-/IP+
Sensor Ground
Engine Coolant Temp Input
Oil Pressure Input
Knock #2 Input
Cam Sync Input / Ignition Bypass Output
Map Sensor Input
CAN Lo
WB1 VS+
Sensor +5v
NOT USED
EST/Spout Output
Knock #1 Input
Crank Speed Input
Fuel Pressure Input
CAN Hi
WB1 IP+
WB HTR +
J1B Connector
Pin
Function
B1
IAC A Lo
B2
IAC A Hi
B3
Output #4 (G P-)
B4
Injector F Output
B5
Injector G Output
B6
Injector H Output
B7
Injector E Output
B8
IAC B Lo
B9
IAC B Hi
B10
Output #3 (G P-)
B11
Output #2 (H P+)
B12
Output #1 (H P+)
B13
Injector D Output
B14
EST Ground Output
B15
EST 2 Output (Cylinder #2)
B16
EST 4 Output (Cylinder #4)
B17
EST 6 Output (Cylinder #6)
B18
EST 8 Output (Cylinder #8)
B19
Injector A Output
B20
EST 12V Output
B21
EST 1 Output (Cylinder #1)
B22
EST 3 Output (Cylinder #3)
B23
EST 5 Output (Cylinder #5)
B24
EST 7 Output (Cylinder #7)
B25
Injector C Output
B26
Injector B Output
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Revision Date: 8-7-15
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