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  1. @ellisd1984 I am not overall clear on the electric-hydro PS that MR2 is running. But I am interested to have it manage by Link ECU as I feel maybe we could have it to manage it better. Therefore I am hoping could have a good advice on how could I go about on this plan. From the manual of MR2 I couldn't find any pressure control but based on logic, the operation should be as what @Adamw explained Therefore I try my best to lay out the overall mechanism on my 1st post here. Hope someone here has had the experience setting up the PS module of Toyota MR2 SW20 so we could make a goo
  2. My plan is to have the Link Fury G4x to manage the MR2 SW20 Power Steering (PS). Let me explain some overview of the MR2 power steering module. The OEM setup of this PS is a separate systems. It has it own ECU to manage the PS motor. The module consist of 1) PS ECU 2) PS hydraulic motor 80ampere 3) PS relay (uses a solid state relay) 4) Steering angle sensor On OEM setup, The PS will operate once the PS ECU receive input from the steering angel sensor (activate after 33 degree angle) and speed sensor. The PS motor will run with 9-11v current with the combina
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    Dear @Adamw, So are you saying it is normal for the ISC to remain active all the time? if that's so why does it have a function of Speed Lockout? Isn't this function to disable the ISC when it passes the speed that we set? Note: I am using a 3 pin isc from 3sgte st246 Caldina Engine. i've got not problem with the idling. Idling is running well and good. Speed input was set to Non Driven wheel. I connect from the VSS (gearbox) to the D1. The reason i set to Non Driven Wheel because to take advantage of Engine Fan speed lockout. I can see my ISC Solenoid still in
  4. Dear All, This post may not be related to tuning but more towards wiring problem but I am hoping that I could get some basic guidelines as I consider myself still new in the arena and still got a lot to learn I am currently using Link G4+ Monsoon on a 3SGTE ST246 engine on my Toyota MR2. Car was running great for the past few months until recently I could not get my car to start. After I did the basic check-up I found that the fuel pressure is '0'. Therefore my focus would definitely be the fuel pump. For your information, the wiring was not done by me but I am now learning to do suc
  5. Hi @MGV101, I've been reading your thread with alot of interest. I am currently using the 3SGTE ST246 (Gen5) engine into my MR2. This engine originally comes with COP setup. In that case it is as similar with your issue. So what exactly your solution? What did u do to makes the A/C runs same as stock?
  6. Any updates on this? Did u manage to solve the issue?
  7. Why would you recommend engine running time instead of MGP, MAP or TP? Is it better if we take into consideration when the car moves?
  8. Thank you. Yes you r right. Problem solve!
  9. I'm also facing the same problem and confuse. As the theory state the hotter the air the less dense it is. I am using Toyota MR2 with 3SGTE ST246 engine. Being a mid engine car, this is car is known for it heat soak. My IAT sensor is place between the intercooler and the throttle body. The car runs well in a normal temperature (AFR of around 14-14.7). My location has an average ambient temperature of 35 degree Celsius. However, during hot restart in a hot day, the the AFR reaches 16-16.8. In that time the IAT can reach up to 55-60 degree Celsius at idling. when the car starts to mo
  10. Dear @Simon, Sorry i am actually quite new and still learning. So just to be clear.. 1) How to know that my unit run full scale? 2) Attached below is my wideband configuration table. . - And also i attached the calibration table provide in Link G4+ help manual. 3) So based on my configuration table with reference to the table provide by Link G4+ manual, the low value here refer to 'Low Voltage' or 'Low Lambda'? In my configuration table, i register AnV4 Error Low = 0.05 and AnV4 Error Value = 0.000lambda..Which should i corect it?
  11. i have one of those..Zeitronix ZT2. Is there away from me to recalibrate it? because i receive ECU Fault Code 20: An Volt 4 below Error Low value which refer to my wideband sensor
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