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  1. So, I changed the wiring based on the diagram and with your inputs(i didnt try the aux I went full send :p) and everything is working fine as I can tell. So its time to tune this thing. Thanks again for your help and your time
  2. I ll do that and I ll keep you posted. Thanks a lot for your help
  3. Thanks for the tips. As far as I checked I dont have any of the accessories that are hot fed. The only aux that I see connected(and managed by the link) are VVT solenoid (12v feed from ignition coil) ISC Solenoid (12V feed from egnition coil) Ignition Relay coil(As I told you before this relay feed 12v to coils, injectors, solenoid, and 12v sensors) Fuel Relay Coil Engine Fan Relay coil Engine Fan HS Relay coil Non of those are hot wired When I ll have more time I ll try to check again
  4. First of all, thanks for your reply. On the issue now, I didnt know that the diode could cause that issue, but I did try that(to remove the diode) and it turns out that they put it there because without it, after turning the ignition key off, because of flow back(I assume) it wouldn't disengage the ignition relay(which also powers sensors/solenoids etc) and the car shut down because of fuel starvation( and to be honest I never checked if the volt issue was fixed with the removal of the diode). So from what I understand, either way I have to get a different source of power to either t
  5. ok.. I think I got it. All this time I was focused on the grounds and the power to the accessories but never tried to move the power of the ECU. As you saw in the schematic, the same line that powers the ECU(from ignition switch of the key) its also powering the "hot" side of the relay coils for the accessories. As last try to figure this out, I got the ECU power connected directly to the battery I got a very little flowback from the solenoids. Before when engaging both solenoids from 12.3v(engine off) to ~15v instantly(when engine running add ~+2v) now from 12.3, when
  6. Hello there, I have a miata '01(nb2 vvt) that I bought used and I am trying to sort some things out. The previous owner told that there is a ground issue with the ECU that needs to be shorted but he didnt have time to get on that. So I am trying to figure out what the hell is going on. its not a plug in ECU, with a custom wiring loom. I checked the harness wire by wire and there is no shortage or anything weird going on and ecu grounds ok. The weird thing is that what he thought as a ground problem, after all is that when the idle control valve or the vvt are operatin
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