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  1. I have a Supralink with a Ford IACV 2-wire installed. Trying to get the idle dialed in. Has anyone done this or have any settings available?. Basically i have switched 12v to Pin1 and Aux6 wired to Pin2. ISC Solenoid assigned. Unsure of the rest of the specs and frequency. Just seeing if anyone has made this happen and if so this would be great info for the next guy. So far car idle climbs from 1k to 3k RPM as engine warms up. Here are a few specs. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hey guys, I have a v44 ecu I'm trying to to setup to suit a mitsubishi 4G93 engine, 1.8L (2000) i have setup most things as copied from evo 6 wiring diagrams (evo 6 stock ecu runs this engine with no wiring changes) i have hooked up pin 4, 17 (coil a) 5, 18 (coil b ) to aux 5, 6 7,8 respectively, assigned the outputs and as isc stepper, i get the stepper move when key on but it just opens fully and causes lean condition, when swapping wires around I can get it to fully close, but no combination will get it to work correctly, I have tried bi Polar and unipolar settings neither works as it should. Wondering If anyone has faced the same issue and knows how to fix it, cheers!
  3. Hi All, I have an issue where the engine fan step seems to be always active regardless on weather engine fan 1 or 2 are on. I noticed when the engine fans came on the idle dipped quite low and nearly stalled so I adjusted the engine fan step while they were off and noticed the engine speed changing.. this should obviously not be the case.. is there anything I'm missing? I am using the latest software and firmware, the ecu is a plugin WRXLink 3-4
  4. Car: 2004 Toyota Mark II Ecu Model: G4+ Storm Black Engine: 1jzgte vvti (non fbw) The car hasn't been tuned fully since it is basically a new project but it was tuned for everyday off boost driving at the moment. My original iscv stopped working and I replaced it with a PHR Ford IAC (2 wire) solenoid. 1) Aux Outputs 5, 6, 7 and 8 were used for the factory iscv stepper motor 2) I installed the PHR IAC and wired it up. 3) Aux Output 5 was used to power the new iac as well as one of the power wires (Pin 2) from the factory iscv 4)Aux 6,7 and 8 were turned off and Aux 5 relabeled ISC Solenoid as the function instead of ISC stepper and the frequency was placed at 200Hz Everything everything else remained untouched within the ecu The problem I'm having is that when I tried to start the car it would immediately start, rev to 2000 rpm and then immediately die. I didn't hear the iac pulling air as it should be. i started and kept my foot on the throttle and while revving it I would hear the iac pulling the air as I did this. This obviously meant that the valve was open while on throttle but closed while off throttle. I think this meant that the iac wasn't actually operating. I then adjusted the idle up throttle bracket on the butterfly so that the engine would idle between 800-900 rpm. Calibrated the TPS for this adjustment and once again while revving I would hear the iac pulling air into the system but not off throttle. I disconnected it entirely and it did this again. Therefore it isn't actually operating. I'm at a lost as to why it actually isn't operating since it was physically installed correctly and wired up correctly as well. For these two pin solenoids polarity isn't important with respect to the connector so I don't think it's that. I am unsure if it has to do with the actual Idle Speed Control Ecu Settings and the Idle Base Position Table. I tried adjusting the %DC on the Base Position Table but this did not work so before I damaged anything I said I would check here first since I'm not a tuner. Has anyone ever encountered such a problem before while dealing with these solenoids? I've attached my pcl file if it was required. Thanks Current Engine Map 2017.09.14.pclr
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