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  1. Ford iacv reacting slow when returning to idle

    Then I would think its a sticky valve.
  2. Ford iacv reacting slow when returning to idle

    Did you try the ignition trick ?
  3. Setup CAN module

    Ah I see, you can only have ISO OBD output on one of the CAN ports at a time.
  4. Ford iacv reacting slow when returning to idle

    it doesn't do it when valve is un plugged. You have the Idle Base Position set to 35% so this in the minimum the valve will shut, try changing the min clamp value to 15 and take 50% out the Idle Base Position Table, and play around with that, get this near perfect then turn closed loop back on.
  5. Setup CAN module

    Look normal, did you try clicking 'ok' ?
  6. Ford iacv reacting slow when returning to idle

    If it still does it with the valve unplugged then I would suspect ignition hangup two things you can try: At -80kpa and below I would put 30 degrees of ignition in at 4000 revs and then highlight between 1000rpm and 4000rpm and interoperate between, which should make that point its hanging up a more reasonable 21 degrees. OR Use Idle ignition control to pull ignition out when idle conditions are met.
  7. Polishing the tune

    To get the information you need add these to your logging: AFR/Lambda Target Lambda 1 CL Lamdba Fuel Corr %
  8. Ford iacv reacting slow when returning to idle

    Unplug the sensor and raise your base idle if needed so it does not stall and see if it still happens.
  9. Polishing the tune

    I have actually had some great success tuning with the CLL information for fine adjustment on my own car. So I use the car to drive around everyday creating a log and every now and then I grab that log of an evening and see where the CLL is making the most changes and I alter the map where it is adjusting the most, eventually you will get it down to the CLL only making tiny adjustments. This fine tuning is something that is normally not done as dyno time is expensive, it is sometime also parts of the map where its hard to get into on a dyno.
  10. Setup CAN module

    Not really sue of what you are asking: You can put more than 1 device on the same bus as long as the bit rate is the same, so 2 devices on CAN1. If the 2 devices have different bit rates then they will have to be on different busses i.e. CAN1 & CAN2
  11. Setup CAN module

    Your boost controller and display will work fine on 1 bus as long as they use the same Bit Rate, and only 1 is terminated (the one furthest away from the ECU)
  12. Gti-R Base Map G4+

    Your battery voltage is only 9v while cranking. You have over 5ms of injection pulse while trying to crank, on 1000cc's I would expect that to be closer to 2-3ms almost certainly flooded the engine while having too much fuel and limited spark. Are you sure your injector dead times are correct for them new injectors ? Sort your battery voltage out and check the dead-times, remove the fuel pump relay, turn the engine over and adjust the master fuel until the pulse is around 2.5ms and go from there.
  13. CAN Lambda Error 54 Excess pump current

    Glad to help Tim
  14. Finding the right ECU

    Is the Stepper IAC a 3, 4 or 6 wire ? 3 Wire IAC Valves use 2 Aux Outputs 4&5 Wire IAC Valves use 4 Aux Outputs. If you run out of outputs then the only 3 options for you are: If you have cams that give smooth idle and not too much electrical load then you can delete the IAC and you can use Idle Ignition Control, which works very well. Convert to a 2 wire IAC ( Ford EECIV Type) Or go for the Thunder.
  15. Finding the right ECU

    Its a shame about the amount of people who fall in the MS3 trap, it seems good valve but isn't really a good product for anything other than a hobbyist, I have replaced about 5 in the last year because of various issues. I counted that you need 7 outputs (on my fingers) so excuse me if I missed one. The Xtreme has 8 ignition and 8 Injection outputs as well as 10 Aux Outputs, none of the outputs are preconfigured but they do have some constraints. Your best bet is to familiarise yourself with the software, the help file has all the wiring diagrams and information about the outputs you need. You can download the software here: http://www.linkecu.com/software-support/pc-link-downloads/ I have attached a picture of the config from the sample map.