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Hi Scott, On my AUDI TT year 99 with G4TT i have a big problem. ABS & ASR LIGHT ALWAYS ON. I try to set VW GOLF GTI CAN BUS setting but without any positive effect. Can you help me to try to resolve this issue? I know that TT '99 have different canbus from '00, but i think that exist a solution. I have canbus scanner and all hardware for follow your help. Thanks a lot.
Afternoon, Wondering if there is someone out there who can guide me on ABS sensor wiring for signal pickup in the g4+ 50 year old car with commodore VT abs sensors mounted to read the flange bolts off 3 piece rims (12 bolts per rev). So assume these being 2 wire are passive sensors generating an analog AC signal. The Link will read this on a DI input? And do i wire these one side to +12v and the other to ground through say a 270ohm resistor with the g4+ picking up the signal between the resistor and sensor? Sorry a little lost and couldn't find help file info - but then again most of the stuff i'm doing is not normal. Any help appreciated. BR
Hi everybody, sorry I didn't provide serial number but I don't have the number near, I will edit such information tomorrow. i have just installed a G4+ on a Toyota Celica built for circuit racing and the car has the Bosch Motorsports ABS system which has the ability to share some information via CAN, I need to setup the 4 wheel speed to be able to start playing with the both the boost by speed and at the same time with traction control, I got some help with the people over at Bosch and got this information, I will be trying to set it up tomorrow, but they ask me something that I don't have a clue as this is my first time setting up a Link ecu. This is what I got: Stream 1 -> single frame only: "add parameters" for a total of four parameters: Parameter = LF Wheel Speed Start position = 0 Width = 16 Byte order = LS First Type = Unsigned Multiplier = 45 Divider = 8 Offset = 0 Parameter = RF Wheel Speed Start position = 16 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above Parameter = LR Wheel Speed Start position = 32 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above Parameter = RR Wheel Speed Start position = 48 width/byte/type/multiplier/divider/offset = same as above If you have a problem with the units translating incorrectly, it's most likely because of the multiplier and divider. I don't know what the Link ECU uses for units - m/s, km/h, km/min, etc... You might have to check with Link for the unit translation. Thanks all for your help! Sama