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  1. That looks like what I've got. When testing a PWM output is there a way to adjust the DC on test? all I can see is Hz Is there anyway of testing the output to the pump to check the speed control is working? Will there be a change in voltage or current? i'm thinking up plugging a fan in temporarily to check it's actually doing as it should https://www.dropbox.com/s/5oie0nori6d7swj/Screenshot 2021-04-27 at 05.56.17.png?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/oyqa353g4b56u5o/Screenshot 2021-04-27 at 05.54.33.png?dl=0
  2. I'm wanting to set up fuel pump pwm control using a Subaru speed control module. I've double and triple checked all the wiring and verified the PWM signal coming from the link but nothing I seem to do makes any noticable difference to the speed of the pump, it just seems to run flat out all the time regardless of the hz setting, DC setting whether i set it to Hi/low nothing. I've tried it on open loop pwm and the three speed subaru specific setting
  3. I can vouch or the updates to the G4X. I was having real issues with conectivity on my GT Four (gen3 3SGTE) when I first got it. I would be luckiy to get 2 0r 3 minutes without disconnecting before. Now I can do an 1+ hour PC log without a single disconnect. Downloading ECU logs is still a chore though. It will just randomly cancel the download at any point and you'll only get a portion of the log. It can take up to 20 tries before I can download an entire 10mb log.
  4. The rev3 MR2 is the same engine setup as the 205 GTfour. easiest way to check is if yours uses the AFM in the airbox or not. Post a pick up of the engine bay and I should be able to tell for definate
  5. Yeah I tried switching from 1k to 10k and the values are the same so the penny dropped.
  6. Thanks, I wasn't sure if I had to add the value of the pull up to those on the table
  7. I've just installed and oil temp sensor and the calibration sheet for it shows temp vs resistance in ohms. How will these values be affected with the ecu internal pull up resistor? Or can I simply turn it off and the use the resistance of the sensor itself? https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ilhw9v6n3uf6ty/Screenshot 2021-03-11 at 10.31.11.png?dl=0
  8. The 205 base map used to be out by 360 degrees. They've changed it now but if you it means if you'd originally corrected it for being 360 out and then upgraded the firmware it could potentially be out 360 again and would need moving back
  9. I'm having a very similar problem on the G4X although the error message that comes up is different
  10. I've not tried another base map but the logging enabled stays enabled up untill i try to dowlnload a log ( i can go into ecu setup multiple times and it will stay enabled). after the warning comes up the check box will always be unchecked when i return to ecu logging settings
  11. Tried a factory reset today and still getting the same thing happening https://www.dropbox.com/s/iswo4c647wrcrrv/20210301_152226.mp4?dl=0
  12. Ideal i'm sure I've got spare ignition outputs so i'll use one of them, cheers Adam
  13. Dan, did you manage to get this setup working with the subaru PWM controller? I've done a bit digging and apparatly the PWM signal they use is 5v not 12v. Anyone know how you can reduce the ecu's 12v aux outputs down to 5v? Electronics baffle me, I'm assuming the plug in G4X units for impreza's must have some sort of circuitry built in to do this.
  14. That error message comes up with before the download box. I'll try a factory reset and if that doesn't work I'll do a video of what actually happens. Thanks
  15. There you go, like I said everything was working as normal yesterday morning then when I went to pull a log off in the afternoon the message kept appearing. I've updated to the latest firmware as well to see if it would make any difference but it hasn't https://www.dropbox.com/s/a3f5fn8ms2ocf36/Engine Fan wired to INJ6 copy.pclx?dl=0
  16. I went to download an ecu log file earlier and this error keeps coming up: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fdgmuyzigvxm0d9/Screenshot 2021-02-28 at 13.40.51.png?dl=0 It was working this morning. I've tried disconnectinfg the permanent battery feed but it's still doing it. It seems to keep disabling ECU logging because when I go into ECU loggin setup the "enable" box isn't checked
  17. I'm wanting to do something similar. I'm using a PWM control module out of a subaru in my celica GT Four, I'm just waiting for a few connectors before I can have a go at it. Did your car have any sort of speed control for the fuel pump originally? Mine had a resistor pack fed via a relay that would drop the voltage to the pump at idle & cruise. I've done away with this but I'm using the those output for my new setup
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    Map delta T

    Thanks for confirming This Adam. I was just looking at the help file and it mentioned 4 kPa whcih was doing funny this to my closed loop.
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    Map delta T

    Whats would be considered a sensible number when seeing MAP delta T on a 2 litre turbo engine? Mine seems to be swinging about all over and just wanted to make sure It's within what would be considered "normal" https://www.dropbox.com/s/5ldooj41mqvekxg/Screenshot 2021-02-26 at 17.10.24.png?dl=0
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    R8 Coil wiring

    Thanks Adam, I've bit the bullet and used the larger red 14v cable in the loom.
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    R8 Coil wiring

    I know this is dragging up a old thread but since i'm asking the same question I didn't see the point in starting a new one. These cable sizes, are these the main run for say 14v and ground or is 18wg recommended for the individual branches going to individual coils? I've bought a link "Loom A" 5m to make a new engine harness as i'm sick of my 25year old one causing me problems. I was going to use the red/white 8V wire as the power feed to the indiviual coils and crimp these to a larger feed wire about 6-8 inches away. I did a quick check on a wesite and it said it should be ok but now I
  22. Sorry, I'd missread and saw 3Sgte
  23. Cooling mist do a kit for connecting to stand alone. I'm going to go down this route and use a pressure sensor as a safety window. Haven't decided if i'm going to pulse the pump with a SSR or just switch the pump with a standard relay and pulse a solenoid https://www.coolingmist.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=59&product_id=94
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