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  1. Adamw

    E throttle,maf issues

    I have disabled E-throttle and fixed up a few of the other odd set-ups in the map. You will need to assign an aux output to ISC if you have an idle valve, and also confirm you have fuel pump, fan, VVT outputs etc all set to match your wiring. VolvoMap V1.1.pclr
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  2. SkyEyes

    1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S

    Just recently got it back up and running on a Monsoon-X! It was my first time building an entire harness and getting everything set-up with minimal help. It has been a great experience so far, and the car is already running better than on its previous standalone! Can’t say enough about the support offered here by both staff and other members. Hope to keep on learning!
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  3. Adamw

    Subaru EZ30 Wiring

    That is correct.
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  4. Sorry for the slow reply. I see a possible problem in the way the AC offset is applied, it only gets added when the AC request is made, rather than added and removed everytime the AC clutch turns on & off. So I may have to talk to the engineers about changing the way this works, but I still dont think that is all of the problem. It is quite unusual for the engine to need 2% extra throttle to idle with AC on. My car needs only 0.3% for example. Maybe it is more difficult for the small, low torque engine. Your lambda is very erratic also, and I think that is due to the clos
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  5. If the ecu connects to all other laptops besides the tablet then I dont think there is any point sending the ecu back. Maybe start by looking at the differences between your tablet that works and the one that doesnt. Look in device manager and compare the the USB chipset/hub/root hub etc. The fact that windows doesnt recognise it suggests there is something not right on the USB side. Have you swapped the OTG cable between tablets etc? Tried a usb hub?
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  6. In terms of wiring it is simple, just splice or daisy chain CAN H & L to the 2nd device. In terms of set up there is a small procedure to go through: You do not set up any extra channels in the CAN setup screen - you should only have 1 channel in there set to "Link CAN Lambda" and it should be assigned ID 950 as normal. The ecu will read data from up to 8 individual CAN lambdas all on the one channel. Once wiring is completed, unplug the lambda controller that you want to be "Lambda 1" so that only the 2nd lambda controller is connected. Then go to the CAN devices tab an
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  7. I am looking into setting up PWM control for a number of fans and water pump for my car and is trying to figure out the wiring side of things. I know the general approach would be to drive a solid state relay using a PWM output on the G4+ and use the PWM duty cycle to control the effective voltage so I though simply wring a PWM output from the relay would do the job. However, the more research I do the more I am confused. Searching online I have found diagrams from haltech and adaptronic where both had a similar setup. Both diagram had a 1K pull up resistor connected in parallel to the in
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