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  1. Perfect will look into it cheers
  2. Removed Plug B - pin 2 (injector 7) turn ignition on and off and still back feeding.....
  3. Ok thanks I will de-pin injector 7 from plug B, pin 2 and test again cheers
  4. I turned the car on and off multiple times and it did it once back feeding out of say 8 times I will keep an eye on it I have Digital input - ignition switch OFF and injector 7 - eccs relay - OFF should I disconnect injector 7 wire that goes to engine harness pin 16 completely as I think that’s what u meant in the reply below or just turn them off in the ecu settings
  5. Done and problem sorted thanks again Adam
  6. Ok perfect I will splice into pin16 wire and leave the factory eccs wire as is wired up in the background. thanks !
  7. Been busy sorting out other things but almost 100% done now I will be wiring the new relay this week/weekend in regards to the new relay pin 87 to original ecu pin 16 (eccs relay control) should I splice into it or run a new wire from pin 16 to relay 87 thus bypassing the factory eccs relay completely (or do we still need the factory eccs relay wired up and running aswell as the new relay)
  8. Problem solved ! new “resistor” spark plugs went in ecu logging is off aswell and wideband doesn’t drop out and works perfectly thanks once again !
  9. Just found the ngk racing plugs I need in resistor type will be here in afew days and will report back also ecu logging is off my fingers are crossed
  10. Worth a shot ! just need to find a cross reference for the same plug but in resistor
  11. Just checked and they are non resistor NGK racing plugs NGK R5671A-10
  12. Sorry he wasn’t running his it was just a spare ecu Ok I went to “Logging setup” - “ecu logging” and unticked the “enabled” box i will test car in afew hours and report back Thanks
  13. abit hard to read as I had to upload it small “lambda error 2” according to lambda sensor control error values still showing it’s an “internal control issue and no user actions can be taken to correct”
  14. The o2 sensor is wired directly to ecu and I don’t have any other sensor issues only with onboard wideband controller all the earths from engine wiring harness mount to a bolt at the back of head on the engine, and also my ignition coils (r35 gtr coil kit) earth at the same point, could this be an issue sharing an earth point with ignition ? funny that one ecu drops out at idle and cruise and the other doesn’t but both do at high rpm ?!
  15. Hello got an update on this, I sent logs to link technical and they agreed my link fury showing “lambda error2” needs to go back for repairs. while it was getting repaired, my mate had a link fury ecu I could borrow, loaded my map and afrs still dropped out on boost/high rpm, but it didn’t drop out while cruising or at idle like mine did i got my ecu back on Friday from link and tried it today, still drops out at idle randomly, and at high rpm and shows “lambda error2” again so both ecus are doing the same thing, my friends one though won’t drop afrs at idle or cruising like my original one does before I sent the ecu to link I have tried different power source for the lsu4.9 sensor and 2 different sensors does anyone know what this could be ? im about to forget about it all and run an aftermarket digital wideband controller and be done
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