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  1. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    Oh okay, i'll make that adjustment. hopefully this will fix my issue. when he said none i thought he meant like zero lol
  2. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgPhKN0QVZUGiFABewD2z-Oq6YMg?e=uuLH9e <----Tune link https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgPhKN0QVZUGiFEljHJR87Sq6nWU?e=UzRVRj <----Older data log link this will be probably pretty useless because it wasnt taken with the current adjustments done. I figured id share it just it case I had adjusted the tune as per what Vaughan had suggested, (change the ID from 1 to 0) the current tune reflects that. I dont use 1 drive much, so I hope the link works properly.
  3. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    i cant upload either the tune or the data log, it says the file size was to large and was skipped. the tune is 434 kb and the data log is like 700kb anyways, the tune was loaded previously i do believe, i havent changed it, it was listed as "Devins tune" I cant run the car currently as the ecu has been disconnected and i was advised by my tuner to not start the car any further, as the over fueling could damage the rings. But i did get a small log from before i dont know if that would help or not,
  4. They are low Z injectors. I just found out from my tuner that these injectors are horrendously notorious for being difficult to setup for proper idle. So I may have to just get him to set them up for me. Its only money right lol.
  5. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I tested from the white plug on the ecu side to the white plug on the wideband controller, it came back fine. 0. So I dont know whats going on why my ecu isn't reading the CAN lambda. Is there any other setting inside the aem controller that I need to change other then setting the CAN to ID1?
  6. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I havent tested the plug at the aem gauge yet. That is my next step. But im gona go on a limb and say its likely okay. Yes I have some white wire I needed to add in to get the length I needed to reach the ecu. But I checked which aem wires I connected to and they are the correct wires.
  7. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    So I tested both wires for continuity, from the ecu plug to the terminated plug, it was fine, I ran back and depinned the CAN L & CAN H wires from the LAMBDA harness and ran them straight into the terminated ecu harness. (Picture for example) i got nothing, didn't work no signal. I double checked my wires i was using from the lambda were correct and they were correct. I even switched the Can L and Can H wires around to see if perhaps I had wired them backwards, still nothing. I have the Green and black and white and black wires being used for the CAN. Does thi
  8. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    So I got the ecu out today, I dont have a plug that looks like that, this is what it looks like, please let me know if this is the issue. https://www.nzefi.com/product/nzefi-link-g4-g4-plug-ecu-can-cable/ This is a link to the cable I purchased.
  9. I'm not sure, last I looked it said 2.434 for actual. i could load up my short log if you think that might shed some light? They are high Z as far as im aware, thats what they were listed as when I bought them, off an evo 8, and yes I still have the stock resistor ballasts in place. I have my master fuel set to 4ms and its still rich, like 12:8:1 but that is much leaner from previous when it was nearing 8:1
  10. I would of done that already however i didn't, cause I'm having issues with my CAN sensor being read by the ecu, so I could give you a log but you couldn't see afr. It wants to idle at 900rpm but just stalls, when I apply 4% throttle its at like 1200rpm or so? And it sounds okay, its just rich beyond its wildest dreams.
  11. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I will double check it plug position today at some point, I do have a multimeter, but I've never used it for anything other then checking voltage lol, so I'm not actually sure what settings id need to test for continuity.
  12. Id just like to start by saying thanks for the support here so far, Anyways, Ive got 1450cc FIC blueMax injectors. (of which im having a hard time finding any info on) I got them used and they never came with the data sheet. Ive tried numerous different dead time setting, and ive had a friend of mine who knows alot more about tuning then i do, look over the fueling and adjust for me. However I cannot get my car to idle anywhere even close to stoich, even with the master set to 4ms Im still running around 12.6:1 AFR. my fuel pressure is even lower then what stock would be, it
  13. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I did that today, as well as double checked the ID setting in the gauge, and double checked my plug wiring, it all seems good, but it still is not reading my AEM wide band, is there anything else with the install that i should have done or missed? I assumed it was pretty straight forward. I used the AEMnet+ and AEMnet - to the CAN L and CAN H inputs. This seems like alot of headache over just running analog.
  14. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    indeed i did, that was the first thing i did, before i started trying to set it up in PCLink I double checked, just to be safe
  15. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    tried that as well still not reading, Id like to add that i also followed the instructions from the AEM Uego for AEMnet setup inside the gauge. Any further thoughts?
  16. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I did that but im still not getting a feed to my CAN wideband gauge in PCLink, any other thoughts? I added the changes to my tune here. current base map.pclx
  17. Yeah what i did was loaded the preloaded base map again, I was trying to see the difference in the latency values i put in from what was loaded in stock, so Im gona just try and stay with the traditional scaling now, Im not gona try starting the car again until i get the wideband issues sorted out.
  18. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    okay my bad lol, im a noob at this ive been trying to get my friend who is a Link dealer to help me with this as well, however he is very busy. Hopefully i did this correctly current base map.pclx
  19. Im trying to make it so the ecu stops needing to clamp the pw values, giving me that error code. from the looks of it, your settings are .040ms i have mine set to 0.00ms, I just dont understand why its still clamping the values. I just want to know what i need to set this up properly. Or at least close enough that i can run the car for the break in.
  20. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    I thought id add these as well, It looks like it should be reading my wideband, Im sure im just missing something or ive put the wrong value in somewhere.
  21. This is what i see, should i change the master fuel to get a better afr? I will add the current setup for target afr, it would explain why its so rich current
  22. Oh okay, is there a suggested PW to set it at?
  23. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    its just the base tune from the Link Folder Mitsubishi EVO 4-6 PCB V1.5+ G4X Xtreme Plugin.pclx
  24. Hey helpful tech gurus. Ive got a LinkG4x on my long rod 2.4l 4g63/64 engine and ive tried a number of different latency times, including a scaling i got off a log i did, but every time i change the latency "ms" @ "voltage" it always has a hard time starting, and it runs very rich, until it finally throws an error saying "fuel calculation clamped at its minimum value" then stalls, I can load my short log for you guys but you wont be able to see my AFR as i cant seem to get the CAN setup working as of yet. here are some screen shots for you, Im running FIC BlueMax 1450cc High Z injectors, they
  25. 96Evo4.5

    Can lambda input

    Hi again, Ive followed the help file and loaded the template like suggested but it still isnt reading my CAN sensor. Im a little lost. every time i open the can setup option i have to re select all the setting, even after i press "apply" and "F4" if i go open it up again its empty.
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