Engine Control V6 and V8 Module Circuit Diagram Holden Commodore VS Type 1995 – 1997

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Engine Control Circuit Module Diagram Holden Commodore VS and VS Series

The Commodore VS
Holden continued technological innovation, Holden Australia to develop models that already exist to be much better than the design, machinery and ergonomic. product is a Holden Commodore VS type believed to be a line of descent from the previous type of VR.

The big news at the launch of the VS was its ECOTEC V6 engine. It was smaller, lighter, smoother, and more fuel-efficient than the V6 engines Holden had previously used in its cars.. This engine had new blockheads and manifolds as well as a new alloy-cast sump which provided a power boost of around 17 kW and lowered fuel consumption by around 6%. The production of the VS line lasted until 1997.

Design features of the VS
The design features of the Commodore VS were geared toward providing security and comfort, sodual airbags were made standard on the Acclaim, Calais, Statesman and Caprice, and optional on the rest of the line. The Commodore VS series was the first Australian- made car to offer a passenger’s side airbag, which had a capacity of 120L.

The Commodore VS Series
The VS Series II was introduced in July 1996, and during its latter run, a 50th anniversary limited-edition Utility was also released. Later in the same year, the Statesman, Caprice, and Utility were released in the Series III batch. The Series II VS’s V8 engine power was 168 kW. In addition, the Calais model in this series offered a supercharged V6 engine.

Limited editions of the Commodore VS line
The Commodore Equipe, introduced as a limited edition from March to April of 1996,  was available in only two colours: Silver Ice and Botanica. The Series II version of this edition became available in October 1996. The Commodore Vacationer was also provided as a limited edition, along with the Commodore Esteem, which was launched in March 1997.

Here is some detail about the engine :
Fuel Tank :
V6 Sedan: 59L
V8 Sedan: 73L

Engines :
3.8 L ECOTEC V6 – 147 kW
3.8 L Supercharged ECOTEC V6 – 165 kW
5.0 L V8 (Series I) – 168 kW
5.0 L V8 (Series II) – 185 kW
5.7 L HSV V8 – 215 kW

download here for detail V6 Auto Engine Control Module Holden Commodore VS Ecotec.

download here for detail V8 Auto Engine Control Module Holden Commodore VS Series.

download here for detail V8 Manual Engine Control Module Holden Commodore VS Series.

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