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2 pin ISC solenoid setup ?

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How do you setup for a 2 pin idle speed solenoid on Fury ecu ??

In: ISC Mode I have set to 'open loop Sol/Stepper'

however, my only further selection is 'stepper type' 4 or 6 wire.

Where is the setup for Solenoid ISC ????

thanks

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Clint

I have the settings exactly as you show above, and it is on Aux 5 as well.

However, in the 'idle speed control' settings I don't seem to be able to get away from stepper motor setting asking for 4 or 6 terminal. ?? 

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Aux5 settings to confirm.

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2 hours ago, Ridgey said:

However, in the 'idle speed control' settings I don't seem to be able to get away from stepper motor setting asking for 4 or 6 terminal. ?? 

This is normal, the "Stepper motor Type" setting doesn't apply to a solenoid type valve so they aren't relevant to you.  All the other settings in the ISC set up menu apply such as the lockouts, clamps etc. Just having the Aux set to "ISC Solenoid" is all you need for the correct electrical functionality, The Aux frequency is the only other setting you need to set, typically 150-250Hz. 

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Just to add to what @Adamw posted....

If the idle solenoid is a bit buzzy and you want to quiet it down, you can increase the frequency of the solenoid.  This is going to have to be a feel thing, as going to far in the positive direction can cause unstable idle conditions in my experiences.

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