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  1. I have heard in the pipeline that there is a PDM coming. is there any truth to this? if so rough ETA/Price point/specs? Cheers
  2. the error pops up which trying to auto connect. have not been able to access the firmware update tool. no CAN devices connected. ECU powered up only. Recognised in device manager when connected to USB.
  3. Hi Adam I have tried all the obvious things. rebooting, shutting everything off and coming back to it, swapping USB ports etc. zero luck there. With it in Auto connect mode it goes in a loop where it has a pop up window displaying the error message with a yes or no box. due to this i cannot perform a firmware update. With it in manual mode it cannot detect a connection.
  4. Was setting up an ecu configuring it offline. powered up and connected ECU to laptop with no issues, uploaded the PCL file and the ecu Restarted, when prompted to carry out a store function i did so and then ecu disconnected and threw up an error message,. This is the debugging info it has asked me to Email - which i have done so. just wondering if anyone here can shed some light however. Error: ECU has had an exception and cannot connect. Please email the following information to tech@linkecu.com Trap! TFR=0x0001 Rv=0x0AF2 SP=0xFB98 CSP=0x0005 C=0 Regs= R0=0x0000 R1=0x16FF R2=0x0004 R3=0x0000 R4=0xF604 R5=0x0000 R6=0x0000 R7=0x0000 R8=0x0000 R9=0x0058 RA=0x0000 RB=0x000A RC=0x000A RD=0x0000 RE=0x0000 RF=0x0000 Stack= 0xEB4A 0x0002 0x1802 0xE898 0x0002 0xE7C2 0x5854 0x0002 0xFC00 0x0000 0x0000 0x0000 0x47BA 0xDB1D 0xDB1C 0xDD48 0x0005 0x0800 0x9CA6 0x0004 0x0000 0x0001 0x0002 0x7560 0x0005 0x0000 0x0000 0x5565 0x72B2 0x0005 0xDB20 0x0005 0xC2FC 0x0005 0xF8AE 0x0003
  5. Your only need to remove the R4 resistor on the tacho circuit board and wire in a 100ohm resistor. Its as simple as that. you can remove the cluster, pull apart, cut the OE resistor out and solder in the new one in place, refit and be done in half hour. FWIW the relay mod does not always work.
  6. Yeah i am. Just did some research on the mazda igniter,. seems the select channel controls which coil to fire via a 0v to 5v change and a 5v to 0v change in state. So i can see why Link wouldnt be able to do it. I guess LS1 coils are going to be the go then.
  7. Hello all I have a monsoon wire in on a s5 13bt using the stock mazda coils. Set up in Leading-Wasted mode and im having issues with the trailing coils. Ign 1 is wired to the Leading wasted coil, this works fine. Ign 2 and 3 are wired to the Ign inputs on the Trailing coil. when conducting the Ignition test i can only get one trailing coil to work. however if i turn both on, the coil that works switches side from T1 to T2. Im 99.9% sure that the igniter is wired correctly as theres 4 wires, the two not used are tacho and ignition confirmation. leaving me two triggers for T1 and T2. All signs point towards a faulty igniter... but just wanted to check in case i'm missing something stupid.
  8. hard to believe that people still believe the lag myth
  9. Simon-AE86

    Toyota 86 CAN

    Thanks for that, i have sent you a PM Tiz
  10. Simon-AE86

    Toyota 86 CAN

    Correct. Different motor, stand alone and full wire in ecu (an extreme)
  11. Simon-AE86

    Toyota 86 CAN

    Hello All I was wondering if anyone has had any success in integrating a Link ecu into a Toyota 86 and having it operate successfully with the CAN body systems? Can it be done?
  12. on the same topic.. i have a G4+ red xtreme.. running latest firm ware. am i able to run nissan ABS sensors front and rear through two DI inputs?
  13. having recently had this issue the easy solution was to splice open the insulation of the CANDASH cable near the plug at the ecu end and cut the Serial cables then seal it back up again with heatshrink.
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