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    Can lambda help

    So after changing my settings i got the lambda sensor working. In the mode drop down box I selected the setting for mini r53 and was hoping it would just pick up the setting. Thanks for everyone that helped!
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    Can lambda help

    Hi I'll try it again. On the G4+ mini link it automatically adds some of the settings I might try and use the user defined instead. I wasn't sure at first if I was using the pins on the side of the connector. Ie when you mate the connectors together pin 4 on the ECU is pin2 on the canf connector if you get my meaning. Thanks for the response.
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    Can lambda help

    Hi all I have just purchased a can lambda kit to go with my link ECU. I have follow the instruction to wire it but I'm struggle to find the can device in my ECU. I have wired the can high to pin 3 and I believe can low to pin 4 on the ECU side. Does that sound right? Is there something I'm doing wrong? Thanks
  4. Hi everyone new to the group. I have just purchased a new ecu for my 2003 mini cooper s. But I have noticed that it says on all the paper work that a map sensor is not included. My mini has 2 map sensors as standard will these be ok or do I need to buy a link one? I have also purchased a a CAN wideband lambda sensor. But for what I can gather that will need an additional harness to be able to connect it up and use it. If I run the link CAN lambda sensor does that then mean I can remove or take out my standard narrow band sensors? Thanks
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