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  1. Hi guys I am having trouble trying to work out why my two ignition drivers and injection drivers will not come up as on or active in the configuration screen. The ECU hold is ok and I am getting a crank I have checked that the injectors and the coil are getting power and that the wires from the ECU to the injectors and coil are good. The car was running and then I wired up the red counter oil pressure light and charge light to the dash, I then ran the car again and everything seemed fine but the next day I could not get it to start. Any thoughts on what else should I be checking?
  2. Awesome thanks for that! I have cleaned up the contacts but no luck, I will trace the wire back and make sure it's all good next. Is there a possibility i have stuffed the temp sender?, it is a single wire type. Cheers.
  3. Hi guys I have a monsoon g4+ installed in my jet boat, running a ba falcon motor. After a few to many beers over the holidays I stupidly connected the battery up the wrong way, this cooked the main wire from the alternator to the power supply witch I have replaced but now I have noticed the light on the ecu flashing, the sequence seems to be 4 long 3 short, can anyone explain this? I dont recall it flashing previously and I'd just like to double check before putting the boat back in the water. Thanks in advance. Rick.
  4. Ok guys I just wanted to give you a bit of a follow-up it's been a while since I replied, I got the car to the point where it was firing but sounding like maybe the firing order was wrong or something just wasn't quite right, since then I have gone out and purchased a ej207 out of a Version 7 WRX, I have pulled the entire wiring loom out finding multiple problems along the way such as, the shielded Earth's for the cam sensor wiring I had wired to the same earth that was coming from the cam sensor if that makes sense. #newbie Where I am at now as I have learnt some basic skills and I have
  5. Ok guys a small break through, I unplugged my expansion connector, cranked the car over and no more trigger errors! Yay but why? Is it because I have earthed something inappropriately? Where is the best place to earth wideband, A.I.T ? Also anti lag, and launch control, am I correct in thinking that these switches can be grounded and if so were? Thanks for all your help!!
  6. Yip I have tried dip switches both ways, in the run time tabs I am getting a trigger signal but lots of errors. Besides doing a trigger scope do I have any other options?
  7. Thanks for clearing that up Simon, I'm currently trying to track Down some one local with the neccessary equipment to help me with a trigger scope. I have configured the crank / cam to Version 7, should I also turn the vvt stuff off? I have also brought home with me a v7 ej20, it still has the crank trigger wheel and the cams attached but is missing the sensors, I thought maybe I could unwillingly swap the trigger wheels over?
  8. Ok so I have done a little research on this trigger topic but please correct me if I am wrong. My crank and cam sensors are analog so the cam sensors that are wired to DI 1 and DI 2 should actually be to a analog channel? And also home come in the Subaru wrx &sti V5-6 installation manual, in the pinouts section there isint a pin labeled for the crank sensor? I have tested with my multimeter and the crank sensor is connecting with pin B136-23 and B 136-5 but how do I know the ecu is receiving from those pins? I should probably also point out I have used the complete origin
  9. Here is the map. Perhaps I should go threw all the wiring for the avcs cams again, what should they be wired to? Log 6-11-19 10;33;36 pm.llg
  10. Just checked and made sure but yes have changed it and preformed a store, set as you recommended , you did mention something earlier about the way I had wired up the sensors ect so I will attach a picture of what I had changed if you can make any sense out of it lol Log 6-11-19 10;33;36 pm.llg
  11. Yip that is what the trigger mode is set to.... Log 6-11-19 9;49;58 pm.llg
  12. the two at the back have two wires. The motor is out of a 1999 subaru legacy and was originally non turbo the engine type is ej254
  13. So it seems I might have been put wrong with the wiring, could you please tell me the correct way to wire up.the avcs solineds and sensors? I also have one cam sensor at the front on the left-hand side and the to cam position sensors at the rear on each head.
  14. Here you go, I'm currently tracking down another coil pack. sunday morning.pcl
  15. Hi Adam, sorry I hadn't seen your reply. DI4 - Ignition switch is active. AF6 - ECU Hold Power is On.
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