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  1. That seems to have fixed the issue, no misfires on the drive home, this might explain the slightly lower than expected power figure I got at the dyno a few months back. Thanks @Adamw!
  2. Great, I'll give that a go. No triggering errors in the logs I have, I'll make that change and take some new logs hopefully that will fix it. I'll double check the wiring. It's a bit of an intermittent fault, happens more often in lower gears. Car starts backfiring and losing power which i assume is an ignition problem but I'm not sure so just thought I would double check I had the right ignition/dwell settings to rule that out.
  3. Hi I'm having an issue with my car misfiring at load recently and its made me revisit the ignition settings. I've got an unbranded Gen 1 Ford Zetec wasted spark coil pack which im driving with a bosch 200 style ignition amplifier. Car was mapped to 184 hp at the hubs 3 months ago and has been driving fine, dyno owner did mention that my dwell time looked a bit long but I'm having a tough time finding the data. I'm wondering if perhaps anyone had the correct settings for this coil pack? I've got the following settings Ignition Mode: Wasted Spark Spark Edge: Falling (I think this should perhaps be rising? has been set to falling for a while and works so not sure) Dwell Mode: ms Ignition Delay: 50 us Spark Duration: 1ms Max Advance: 40.0 BTDC Current Dwell Table:
  4. I've got a first gen atom, I could be wrong but i think the flashing blue light could be a power issue, it should be solid. When I first got my atom it did this before I had wired it fully. Can't remember if this was due to only connecting 1 of the grounds or something. My atom still does this when I turn the key to ignition and the immobiliser is active. Disabling the immobiliser gets a solid blue light when a good power value is sent. I'm sure someone in the link team will respond with something more accurate, this is just want I think from my experience not necessarily what's wrong with your ECU.
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    Can Lambda Error 24

    Just a follow up, it was the sensor. Replaced and working perfectly now.
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    Can Lambda Error 24

    Great, I'll double check all my wiring and swap the new one in. Thanks.
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    Can Lambda Error 24

    New sensor has arrived, would just like if someone at Link can confirm if the issue looks like a faulty sensor due to my improper use or whether it's an issue with the CAN Lambda before I fit the new sensor. Error 24 - Internal Error - Contact Link Technical Support Thanks
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    Can Lambda Error 24

    Hi I have a Link Atom with the CAN Lambda module and have been getting error 24. When I first fitted this a year ago I used the A/C relay since the A/C was removed to power the CAN Lambda module, it was only in winter I realised this relay was turned off when the heaters came on. I had been driving the car a bit like this, well aware that I was risking the sensor dying when switching the heaters on and cutting the modules power. I recently fixed the wiring on the relay so the heaters no longer cut the power to the relay but I've found since then the lambda signal reads fully lean when driving. I replaced the module ground as it was looking quite strained as I thought this could have been the issue but I'm still getting the Error 24. I've got a new sensor on the way but just like to confirm this is the issue before fitting the new sensor. The attached log file shows a hot start, CAN Lambda reads fine then once I get moving it goes lean. Car drives fine and the fuel map below 3500rpm and 110kpa is tuned. Let me know if you need any more info from me. can-lambda-error-24.llg StarletEP91-basemap.pclr
  9. The signal and voltage wires were mixed up! Working perfectly now. Thanks for the help!
  10. Just an idea but do you have the correct Stoichiometric Ratio set in Fuel > Fuel Setup > Fuel Main?
  11. Hi Adam thanks for the reply. I used that exact picture to wire up the tps so I'm hoping it's correct. I'm not able to get near the car until the weekend but will double check the wiring and take notes of resistance
  12. It seems to be pretty solid in place, I will remove the throttle body to investigate. The factory sensor is an switch type sensor rather than variable. The auto glanza TPS is variable but has a different throttle body so isn't interchangeable.
  13. My car is a 98 Toyota Starlet Glanza V which I've wired a Link Atom 1 ECU using the Link loom A. While tuning I noticed the TPS range is only reading 3.31-4.55V. Its a Nissan Skyline GTR TPS which was brand new when fitted. I think due to the poor range its quite difficult to do small adjustments with the throttle and its making the accel enrichment harder to tune. I checked the GTR forums and they expect 0.45-4.45 as the correct range. I'm assuming the throttle would move roughly the same amount for both cars unless I'm mistaken. I have attached my map and a log file. Any tips would be appreciated. Log 2018-06-4 6;28;45 pm.llg a-starlet-6-4.pclr
  14. Watch this video, its the same connector, no tools required
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