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DIYBOB Breakout Adapter - Ford 60 Pin - no connector
DIYBOB Breakout Adapter - Ford 60 Pin - no connector
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DIYBOB Breakout Adapter – Ford 60 Pin – no connector


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The DIYBOB is a revolutionary  breakout board from that allows you to easily build professional adapter harnesses connecting the engine management system of your choice to a wide variety of cars.  The DIYBOB includes an OEM style connector, circuit board, and an anodized aluminum case for a professional appearance. This one fits cars with a Ford EEC-IV 60 pin ECU. See the DIYBOB main page for an application list. Use it to adapt a MegaSquirt, MicroSquirt, or any other ECU of your choice to the OEM wiring.

The connector on this model are sold separately.  They are OEM connectors harvested from genuine Ford EECIV PCM’s, while supplies last.


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What engine management systems can I use this with?

  • This breakout board is not specific to any particular engine management. You can use it with any ECU that is capable of running your engine and has the features you need.

How exactly do I connect my ECU to this one?

  • Start with a harness that has the ECU on one end and the other end unfinished. Run it in through the grommets on the back of the case, and then solder it to the main board.

Questions & Answers

  1. 0 votes
    Q What exactly is the connector ? answer now
    Asked on January 20, 2018 5:59 pm

    This would be the 60 pin connector used on most late '80s and early '90s Ford ECUs. You will need to salvage this out of a junkyard ECU.

  2. 0 votes

    This will give you a suitable place to mount the connector. I can't promise it will fit in the AEM case, and you would need jumper wires and possibly additional circuitry if there is any circuitry on AEM's adapter wires. This is not a repair we could provide technical support for, but it is possible these parts may prove useful.

  3. 0 votes
    Q What do you need to put this on the ms2? answer now
    Asked on May 23, 2017 11:12 pm

    You'll need a connector salvaged out of a junkyard ECU and our 24" pigtail harness.