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  1. I followed the above advice and it worked
  2. Bit of a follow up on this. Turns out the unit was faulty so sent back and an aem x wideband has been purchased
  3. So tried a new sensor and still the same issue. So must be the module.
  4. So tonight connected to the spartan via Bluetooth and the same issue as what's seen in the link s OK must be a fault on the spartan
  5. We changed that and the reading went to zero
  6. On the log you can see where the temp drops on the lambda when it's disconnected
  7. changed that and theres no errors but its not showing any readings see attached log file and adjusted map Log 2019-09-29 3;22;14 pm.llg now this one.pclr
  8. ok trying now its still not working
  9. does the spartan need to be connected to via Bluetooth to change it to default mode?
  10. do I have to set up the stream to show the lambda 1?
  11. it says in the instructions that the spartan has a termination resistor built in and is enabled from factory. ive read the manual 3 times now it should just be wire it in tell the ecu that its a lambda-can and away you go
  12. The resistor would only be needed if there's multiple devices of I'm not mistaken. I'm running my aem x via can and didn't need a resistor and it works fine There is nothing coming up under lambda 1 status, temp and such (I've been helping him with his car) Just checked the run time values It's currently plugged in to can 2
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    Fuel pump controller

    Do you have a copy of that wiring diagram mate?
  14. It's mainly to bin the stock setup
  15. How doo, With all the work I've done to my gt4 using a link ecu it's got me thinking about sorting my wife's mustang out its got a couple of electrical gremlins and I know if it was on a link I'd have a much better time sorting them gaga. So has anyone done it? Fit a g4 to a 2006 ford mustang v8 3valve auto
  16. I was thinking of using this ssr: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F172960873291
  17. Yeah I could do that but I don't want to. I want to control the fuel pump speed via pwm
  18. Hi guys I recently fitted a fuel pressure sensor and I'm seeing a differential pressure drop when on boost. As soon as the car sees positive boost the differential pressure starts to drop progressively and at 0.8 bar its showing a drop of 1.5bar. I'm still on the stock fuel pump wiring which has a resistor pack, the cars running a walbro 225, a dwr1000 fpr and id1000 injectors. I have a feeling the stock wiring setup is what's causing me the issue. I'm looking at changing the walbro 225 out for a 450 and then making my own wiring and control the new pump via pwm and an ssr I've searched and found this wiring diagram: After reading the threads it seems that the jury was still out of the above diagram is the way to go.
  19. How doo, I'm going to be using this sensor as an oil temp sensor: https://www.efi-parts.co.uk/index.php?productID=125 Does anyone have any pointers on dialing it in to my st205 plug in ecu Thanks in advance
  20. Any more info on setting this up? The st205 has an electric speedo drive
  21. Adzn3k

    Wmi active switch

    Scratch that I'll just pin a new switch in
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