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  1. Check the error voltages on AN volt 9 sometimes these will be incorrect and cause fault conditions. Low 0.00 and high 5.0 for testing will do the trick.
  2. PC Link only works on devices running Windows. You could use a 3rd party app and OBD2 to monitor some parameters.
  3. Simon

    Dave

    Only if the MAC is running windows it is not compatible with IOS
  4. Simon

    DBW Problem :

    We would need a full log of what is happening around idle to see what is going on with the full map. I think you might be expecting a bit much if it is on "big" cams and you are aiming to do the idle control on the throttle only. With no dead band any drift in TP sensor or even wear on the throttle is going to throw it out. Was the haltech on the same application?
  5. The status will not change the check for the inputs will be to look in the runtimes on the VVT tab and see if they are registering You can also do the cam test function and see if they are giving suitable positions. Im not sure of the correct cal for that sensor you can try some of the predefined ones in a trial and error fashion and you might get one that is correct. Failing that if you take resistance measurements at known temp points you can do a custom cal. One side of sensor should be to sensor ground and the other to a AN temp input. Make sure the fault values are correct for the temp channel, Error low 0.05 (close to zero) and error high 4.95 (close to 5V)
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    Injectors Not firing

    Can you take a PC log of all parameters and attach so we can see what is happening during cranking.
  7. On the 350Z the wheel speeds come in over CAN from the ABS module. Should be no wiring required.
  8. Simon

    Relay back feeding

    What you can do is use a relay to switch the ground side of the main relay. So have pin 45 (12v key) supply 12V to the relay coil to turn it on. The relay then switches ground to pin 16 to activate the main relay. Once main relay turns on it will feed the ECU via pins 49 and 59 (all pins are the 300Z stock ECU pin numbers)
  9. Simon

    DBW Problem :

    You will have to have some dead band 0.1% should not cause any great issue as it is such a small change in opening. Are you using any other forms of idle control?
  10. Simon

    EVO 8 FQ's

    If you have an EVO 8 with the later 3 plug ECU then the correct ECU is our EVO 9 plugin
  11. No the V series units did not have the OBD option it only arrived with the introduction of the I series units.
  12. Your trig 2 input is the incorrect polarity. You will need to swap the 2 wires over so we get the inverted signal of what you currently have. The trigger scope only looks at the trig 1 and 2 inputs it is not able to display the digital inputs.
  13. Check the error voltages are set correctly on that input. If they are not configured it can show as that error. Error low should be 0.05V Error high 4.95V
  14. I'm 99% sure they are a smart coil so should be fine. The check is to measure the resistance between the signal pin and the 12V supply. If its low (around 1 ohm) then it needs an igniter. If its high (k-m ohms) then no igniter required.
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