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  1. You will need to have the PC link software installed. If you have all the data for the injectors then there are tables for dead time and short pulse width that can be filled in. Best start is to get the PC software installed and start working through the help file. 


  2. This is going to need someone that has looked at this or the information available on a stock car. We have not done any inhouse work with the E46 so don't have any information available. 


  3. What cable are you using on the end of the CANPCB cable? If using the CANDASH it will drop coms due to the TX and RX serial signal also being in that loom. Way to solve is to remove the TX and RX wires at the PCB connector or use a CAN F connector and only join the CAN wires. 


  4. You just need a switch wired in to a Di input on the ECU. AC is often used as this is already wired, the switches you mention are not tied into the ECU but you could add one in no problem. The XS loom often makes this an easier task.


  5. Sensor polarity and the arming voltages will be critical it could be that at the 0.6V you are getting background noise I would expect bigger voltages off the sensor when its crank driven. 

    If you have a external scope to actually measure the signal would be additionally useful.


  6. The trigger scope is going to be key.

    The G4X is much more sensitive to trigger problems if it detects errors it will not fire the ignition.

    It also has extra checks around detecting the gap that the + didn't do.

    Where as the G4+ could have issues but continue running with out them being noticed.

     

     

     


  7. Trig 1 error 

    Trig 1 and 2 signal 

    Dwell

    Lambda 

    Inj PW

    and Ignition angle would be the main ones, But its often better to do a PC log and log all parameters.  

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