Event Title

58x Engine and Transmission Wiring Harness

Location

CSU 201

Start Date

5-4-2010 1:00 PM

End Date

5-4-2010 3:00 PM

Student's Major

Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Student's College

Science, Engineering and Technology

Mentor's Name

Gary Mead

Mentor's Department

Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Mentor's College

Science, Engineering and Technology

Description

The purpose of this project was to research and ultimately design a 58x engine and transmission wiring harness. The newer harness design will allow Schwanke Engines to expand their market place further into the street and hot rod markets. With the continually changing design of the LS series engine, Schwanke Engines needed to advance its wire harness design to accommodate for the newer design of engines. The engine wiring harness is the series of wires that runs to the various sensors and controllers required to run an engine. The harness will be designed from the existing 24x harness that Schwanke Engines currently uses. The testing will be done to compare horsepower, torque, fuel economy, and reliability of the new 58x system in comparison to the 24x system. The presentation will include background data on the company as well as the development and research processes that were used to come to the conclusion of the project.

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Apr 5th, 1:00 PM Apr 5th, 3:00 PM

58x Engine and Transmission Wiring Harness

CSU 201

The purpose of this project was to research and ultimately design a 58x engine and transmission wiring harness. The newer harness design will allow Schwanke Engines to expand their market place further into the street and hot rod markets. With the continually changing design of the LS series engine, Schwanke Engines needed to advance its wire harness design to accommodate for the newer design of engines. The engine wiring harness is the series of wires that runs to the various sensors and controllers required to run an engine. The harness will be designed from the existing 24x harness that Schwanke Engines currently uses. The testing will be done to compare horsepower, torque, fuel economy, and reliability of the new 58x system in comparison to the 24x system. The presentation will include background data on the company as well as the development and research processes that were used to come to the conclusion of the project.

Recommended Citation

Schwanke, Jeremy. "58x Engine and Transmission Wiring Harness." Undergraduate Research Symposium, Mankato, MN, April 5, 2010.
http://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/urs/2010/oral-session-05/1