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  1. Hi Guys, Looking for some guidance on what would be the best approach to wire in the Link CAN Lambda unit to an R32 GTR. Should I run an independent relay from the battery to power this unit or is there a way to tap into the factory loom where the ECU plugs in, to provide switched power to this? Cheers. Jed
  2. Hi, please could I have some help, I have a Closed Loop CAN Lambda on my Subaru Impreza, but have run into a problem. I now see "CAN Lambda Error 54 Excess pump current" and the Lambda goes to 10.119 shortly after starting. Not sure if this is an error I have somehow introduced as I have been looking into CAN streams and adding a custom dash. So far, I have only configured a CAN stream on CAN Module 2, at ID 1300, believing that this would have no interaction with CAN Lambda Module 1 at ID 950. I have not got as far as connecting anything to the ECU as yet. I have since loaded a previous know good tune but the problem persists. The CAN status is all good (green) in PC Link, see pictures below... Help?
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