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chris briggs

ethrottle for subaru ez30r almost there! :)

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I am in the process of hooking up my ethrottle. I have it wired correctly. It makes it through the opening and closing of the throttle plate, but when it does the 3rd TPS test it says..... something like... Error 16 not able to reach 98% target. What am i doing wrong? thankyou

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I think there is a setting that i still off on. The third test is comparing the Main to the SUB in the throttle tps test and it comes out with that error 6 code. The first Main test was fine, the SUB test was fine. Just the comparison after.... thanks

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Okay update: no more errors. But i still cannot get the calibrated pedal and throttle to work with each other. Pedal does not open or close throttle even though i see the voltages changing on the software. ECU is the only one that can open or close the throttle are my PID settings off? Are my targets off? (going 1 to 1 ratio) Pedal should control throttle plate when in ON position correct? Also when it is done calibrating the throttle plate, there is still a buzzing when it is at rest, this is why i thought my settings were off also. thankyou in advance

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Hi Chris,

I've found your problem. Your E-throttle target table has TP as the Y axis.

 

The Throttle Position (target) is the value in the table.

 

The Y axis needs to be Foot Position (FP). That way the table will cross reference your foot position vs your RPM, and choose a target for your Throttle position. Fix this and you should be sorted.

-Cameron

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