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  1. Simon

    About ALTEZZA fuel gauge

    How long have you had the unit for? There is a hardware update that needed to be done for early released ECUs
  2. Internally there is a 0R resistor that needs to be placed for the Ign 5 output to be available
  3. Simon

    Can lambda set up issue

    Try at 500kHz as I have seen a couple of units come through set to that speed rather than the standard 1m.
  4. Simon

    About ALTEZZA fuel gauge

    We have only confirmed and tested on up to 2001 model. It is sold as supporting up to 2001 Unfortunately there is no support for the fuel gauge on the later models
  5. Simon

    About ALTEZZA fuel gauge

    Is by chance your Altezza a face lift model of about 2002 or later?
  6. So those trigger captures are not looking very good at all. In the second one it looks like the crank signal is incorrect polarity. In all of them trig 2 looks to be mostly noise. I would check the wiring to the cam sensor, the crank I would be changing the signal and ground over. Make sure the engine is cranking at a good speed and not struggling on the starter.
  7. Your engine temp is going unstable for some reason and is reading as low as -40 in some places and is then causing the RPM limit to go to 1000rpm and the fueling will also be upset. I would check the connections to and from the water temp sensor and the sensor its self.
  8. For the loosing track of the position it might be that it is hitting the end of its travel during reset. Also if the base step position is to far out on throttle blip it can hang high. On the software it seems to be related to the graphical view of the tables. If you se the layout up with no graphical views open it should be much faster.
  9. ECU will be happy up to 60deg and should be fine if in the factory location. If worried the best option would be looking at isolating / shielding it from the heat and maybe introducing a cool air supply (ducted)
  10. Simon

    Dropped knock sensor...

    One off the bench is measuring in at 4.9M ohms so I would say yours is fine.
  11. Check the firmware on the ECU there have been a couple of issues around the stepper control All should be sorted in 5.6.7 firmware.
  12. Simon

    Mazda MX5 VVT

    Di1 has the pull down and Di3 is wire to the ECU hold circuit. So both will not be suitable for regular Di operation.
  13. That can support will not be engine dependent. So effectively any engine could be used. OEM support is limited and often there are signals that we can not replicate exactly.
  14. Simon

    Dropped knock sensor...

    Is it one of our sensors we supply or another type?
  15. The find can devices is only geared to identify Link ECU product (CANLambda) it wont work on other 3rdparty products. You can customise the pages of the dash via the AIM software but you are limited to the set layouts they provide.
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