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    Poor TPS voltage range

    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
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    Poor TPS voltage range

    The signal and voltage wires were mixed up! Working perfectly now. Thanks for the help!
  3. Just an idea but do you have the correct Stoichiometric Ratio set in Fuel > Fuel Setup > Fuel Main?
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    Poor TPS voltage range

    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
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    Poor TPS voltage range

    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.
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    Link A-Loom wire removal

    Watch this video, its the same connector, no tools required
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    MINI Cooper s Wideband sensor wiring

    Hi Jon, I wouldn't recommend the innovate mtx-l, I had one myself and it just gave up one day. Seems to be a really common overheating fault, I found a lot of online posts about it. Also the first option is only a sensor, I'm 90% sure you will need a controller as well to connect to the ECU. I could be wrong here, someone from Link can correct me. I went with the Link CAN Lambda myself and its been great. It uses CAN so wont take up an input you could use for something else.
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    What Base maps are available ?? - Cosworth

    Hi Ridgey, You can download the PC Link software here https://www.linkecu.com/software-support/pc-link-downloads/ There are basemaps included in the software if you click File > Open
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    Windows tablet power from USB?

    Keen to see what you do with this, been looking at these tablets myself
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    Link CAN Lambda wideband sensor

    Thanks for the advice, just wanted to confirm this worked perfectly. My cable length was just under 1.5m Sorry to dig up and old thread
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    Link CAN Lambda wideband sensor

    Hi, I've recently purchased a Link G4+ Atom and want to wire in a wideband sensor as an input. I've been looking at the CAN Lambda device you have recently released and was wondering how far the sensor needs to be placed from the turbo? I can't seem to find any information on your website about this. At the moment I've got a Innovate MTX-L which has started throwing a E8 overheating error so its likely I'll need to replace and perhaps move the sensor further back but i'd probably like to get something with a CAN output instead. (I had a new center section made up and the original 1" bung has been replaced with a 1/2" bung, sensor is in a similar location/angle) Thanks.
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    Link CAN Lambda wideband sensor

    Thanks for the replies guys. I have went ahead and purchased the Link CAN Lambda wideband controller. I am planning to use this as a sole CAN module. Am i right in thinking i'll need to slice into the 2 CAN wires from the ECU to connect the device and then wire a resistor at the end of CAN-H and CAN-L? or can i simply wire CAN-H and CAN-L from the ECU into the CAN Lambda?