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AnWaRi996

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  1. Sorry this is really confusing me for some reason. The car is starting without it connected which would imply the main relay is powered wouldn't it? If i were to connect it to the ignition switch, what is it expecting to see? 12v from whichever wire is active during ignition? Thanks
  2. Hey guys, chasing the source of a high idle on a wrx. The tune is trusted and previously was fine but I think my wiring is a bit ass about so I'm not really sure what to look for and I'm hoping there's indicators of the issue in the logs attached. It ramps up straight away to about 2000rpm and just stays there, running kinda roughly. TIA rich run and misfire.llg
  3. Problem definitely sorted, it was a mehanical issue in the end, runs beautifully. As for my B136-25 wire, can this be wired to any 12 switched power? I have found one source in the bay but it keeps the car on even with the key pulled out :/ Is there a recommended source for this power supply in the bay? Thanks
  4. My TPS is at around 20% and it's only because I had it held there, it is reading correct values. I'll attempt this ASAP, but it does have an 03 AVCS block in it that it was tuned for. Is it easier to load an 03 base map and change the software pinout to match the physical? Or do I still just load up a v5 MAP and change triggers? Following on from that, I know we can't see the triggers yet, but does it seem like there's a chance the crank position wiring is backwards at the sensor? Thanks for all your help so far, hope you had a happy new year!
  5. B136-25 on the ECU was not wired in to anything (12v input?) and I have bridged it to a 12v ignition switched power source now. Still hasnt fixed the issue. Unfortunately when I connect to the ECU the triggerscope options disappear from the taskbar, I'm assuming due to the lock on the tune(?). As for the TPS, I had the throttle a bit open and it was reading that fine, but thank you. As for spark, the car was running perfectly fine before the tune so I don't see how timing could be off there. I have also checked the timing belt again to rule out a mechanical timing issue but it
  6. Hey all, my MY99 GC8 with a WRXLink 5-6 isn't starting at all post rebuild, and I just can't get to the bottom of it. Hoping to rule out any wiring issues first as it is a custom/merged loom. It looks like there is air, mechanical timing is right, and there's definitely fuel. Of note was a weak purple spark when the plugs were checked for spark, and I feel as though that might be tied to the issue, perhaps poor grounding? The ECU doesn't show injectors turning on when the car cranks though, nor does it show ignition turning on at any point, but the car does occasionally splutter as the c
  7. I'm just in the process of putting the finishing touches on my WRX and I'm going to need an IAT sensor. I have a spare 1/8 inlet on my manifold post TB, or I think I can weld an aluminium IATB boss into my TMIC endtank? Just trying to work out what my best option is cause it seems like IATB is the best move, but I'm not exactly sure where to mount it. TIA
  8. Hey guys, I'm trying to wire a V8 EJ207 into a WRXlink 6+, and I currently have one expansion connector at my disposal. I need to wire in two AVCS solenoids and two cam position sensors. After a bunch of reading, I've found out that the solenoids need to go to AUX1-4 (which works because I've changed my IACV to a solenoid instead of the stepper), and I can use the two DI on my expansion loom for the two cam sensors. My question is, as stupid as it sounds, where do my second wires go? do my cam sensors merge and go to the common 5v output on the expansion? And where do my solenoids ground
  9. Hey guys, I've just purchased a WRXLINK 6+ for my MY99 WRX, but i've swapped in an EJ207 from a 2003 STi. The issue I'm facing is that the new throttle body has a 3 wire idle control valve, but the wiring I have is for the 6 wire stepper valve. I'm just wondering if i can just use the positive, negative, and one of the signal wires (I'm assuming there's 4, so I'd not use the other 3 wires) and just get the Link ECU tuned as a 3 wire IACV? The old throttle body doesn't fit so reusing the 6 wire valve is out of the question, and I'd much rather use the 3 wire if possible anyway. Thanks
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