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JECS

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-{{wiki|JECS}} (Japan Electrical Control Systems Co Ltd)) was a Datsun parts supplier, a joint venture created in 1973 by {{wikiEx|Robert_Bosch_GmbH|BOSCH}} and [[Hitachi]]. JECS supplied the fuel injection for Datsuns [[Fairlady]] Z-cars, [[510]], and Sunny A14 engines, among others.+{{wiki|JECS}} (Japan Electrical Control Systems Co Ltd later Japan Electronic Control Systems Co Ltd) was a Datsun parts supplier, a joint venture created in 1973 by {{wikiEx|Robert_Bosch_GmbH|BOSCH}} and [[Hitachi]]. JECS supplied the fuel injection for Datsuns [[Fairlady]] Z-cars, [[510]], and Sunny A14 engines, among others.
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JECS (Japan Electrical Control Systems Co Ltd later Japan Electronic Control Systems Co Ltd) was a Datsun parts supplier, a joint venture created in 1973 by BOSCH and Hitachi. JECS supplied the fuel injection for Datsuns Fairlady Z-cars, 510, and Sunny A14 engines, among others.

See also: EGI

In 1993 JECS merged with Atsugi Unisia, renamed Unisia JECS Corp. From 2002, JECS is now 100% owned by Hitachi, and no longer part-owned by Nissan and BOSCH.

JECS dropping resistor used on A14
21853.jpgFuel Injection