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rsdoherty88

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  1. Thanks guys. I looked up a bosch style sensor abs it looks the same as one I bought with same cars listed. It's probably a bosche sensor replica. I'll hopefully take it for a drive today and see how my open loop afrs look.
  2. Got it working, however I purchased a GM style 3 bar map sensor from Amazon. After installing it, I hooked up the laptop and I selected GM 3 bar in settings, but the reading was too far off and I got an error message saying it was less than or greater than 5Kpa out of range. I tried a few different sensor options until I landed on Bosch 3 bar(of which there appeared to be two different Bosch 3 bar options)and then it was within close enough range to calibrate. But, will it be correct since I thought the one I bought was supposed to be GM. Kinda confusing how many options there are... 3 BAR MAP Sensor For Various GM Models with Connector Pigtail https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TJG9F6L/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Om3uDbM2FPD66
  3. I'm about to wire in a gm 3bar sensor I bought on amazon since the factory 3sgte map sensor can only read 2.2 bar absolute. Currently car has been calibrated and tuned on the oem 3sgte map sensor, for which Link ecu is precalibrated for. Besides doing the basic map calibration and selecting the correct map sensor in the settings, do all the map sensor generally read pretty accurate? Hoping I dont have to remap the fuel table if for some reason it is reading slightly different from the one its replacing
  4. I noticed both the map limit and rev limit have activated before reaching desired threshold. Is the software designed that way? I wanted to reach 17psi and hold it there and have map limit set at 18psi or essentially 32.7. However, when I set that map limit there, I ran engine up and it hit about 30.5 and then map limit fuel cut was activated. Another time I had set rpm limit to 8000 and appeared to hit rpm fuel cut at 7600 or so. Also, this was verified using the logs I recorded in Link. Is there something I dont understand?
  5. After looking through analog inputs I found I had maf intake temp, but it was not showing up as inlet air temp. So I went and edited its function to inlet air temperature and now IAT reads the correct temperature so it can be used for ecu adjustments to mapping. In case this happens to someone else, now u know
  6. I will check when I get home. I don't think I noticed any fault codes, but maybe I wasn't looking in the right place. Regarding error value, is that something that is customizable? Also, if my memory serves me I believe the sensor low and high values were set to 0v and 5v.
  7. Trying to determine if ecu will default to 68f if the circuit is not complete. I noticed while trying to tune my car that the ecu never moves away from 68f even when temps are clearly much higher. Any ideas what would cause this? The ecu has been on the car and was working before I rebuilt the engine. The previous motor overheated, bot sure if that could have cause sensor to go haywire or maybe even wiring? New motor has bigger cams and intake plenum, so I've been learning how to tune and make adjustments myself.
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