For those of you who are in daily life are often struggling with computers, the term LAN (Local Area Network) is certainly not something new. Through the LAN, we can easily exchange data and information to other computer users. In addition, the presence of LAN also allows us to share devices such as printers, scanners etc. Interestingly, it was not just the computer that has the local network. It turned out that the car also has a Local Area Network. Why is that? It is certainly not separated from the development of vehicle technology itself. Then as if the path used?

In the automotive world, which used standard called CAN (Controller Area Network) bus. CAN is a bi-directional bus used in the vehicle for intermodule communications. CAN bus is a bus system developed by Robert Bosch is more devoted to the automotive world. CAN bus is a serial bus used to connect systems and sensors as an alternative to conventional wiring systems. In this post we will provide an overview of the Control Area Network (CAN) which is in the Ford Falcon (BA).

The following schematic illustrates the 2003 Ford Falcon (BA) Control Area Network (CAN) Wiring Diagram:

2003 Ford Falcon (BA) Control Area Network (CAN) Wiring Diagram



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