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  1. Other (linkecu.com) Any of the dealers will be able to get these
  2. On the MX5 adapter the injectors are paired. What you should see is that when testing drive 1 or 2 you will have 2 injectors firing at a time in a pair. Injector 1 test should fire Cylinder 1 and 3 injectors. Injector 2 test should fire Cylinder 2 and 4 injectors. Check on the adapter if you have connection between Pin 1 and 3, and Pin 14 and 16
  3. If you have a 3 spare AN volt inputs and 3 aux outputs it can be done via a remote E throttle module. There is no way to upgrade the G4 beyond the last of the G4 firmware (4.10.2).
  4. Suggest updating firmware to latest as there is a fix for this type of issue. PC Link Software Downloads | Link ECU
  5. Can you flick us a msg on the tech email. tech@linkecu.com Would like to know the ECU serial number and the PCB Rev numbers.
  6. It looks like a solution to this is to shift where the driver is located. If you move the ftd2xx.dll file from the C:\Link G4X\PCLink G4X\Link USB Drivers\i386\ftd2xx.dll folder to C:\Link G4X\PCLink G4X
  7. G4+ Fury Sample.pclr This file will make a very good starting point as its off our test car (BA) Wiring wise hit up the PC link tuning software help file.
  8. The Mazda 3 mode would suit that pattern. Regards Simon
  9. Its a hardware limitation on the Evo 3 plugin due to there being additional components attached to those outputs from the top board. It is something that can be looked at when the EVO 3 bottom board gets a redesign. Ign 5 and 6 are direct to the XS header and have no additional hardware attached on the EVO 3 board.
  10. The latest firmware 6.19 has change to stop the code on power down. Its only of concern if it is generate during normal running of the throttle.
  11. Simon

    G4X Tach output

    It should show active once you have RPM
  12. Relatively confident we have a solution for this unfortunately it does require a hardware change, Units will need to come in to the nearest office for the work to be done.
  13. Flick an email in to tech@linkecu.com and we will give you all the info, It can be shipped in to the UK office / support but ultimately the repair will be done in NZ.
  14. Can safely say that diode is not ok. Rest of the ECU is likely fine biggest impact will be idle speed control. But we can repair and then check the rest of the board if you were to send it in.
  15. No the V88 didn't support down shift blip. Only cut on upshifts.
  16. Looking at that log all the voltages crash 12V, 5V, battery voltage. I suspect it might be a broken joint on the pin the micro uses for a voltage reference. You could try warming the ecu up with a hair dryer to see if you can induce the issue. ECU temp / operation should be fine up to 60degC
  17. Can confirm that is running Flyin Miata firmware and PC link is not compatible. I think they did their own logging software to suit.
  18. It will need a bottom board revision to resolve this. The bottom board has been unchanged between G4, G4+ and G4x. It is ear marked to be revised in the future.
  19. With it powered up can you try run the firmware upgrade. This can run even if PC link wont connect.
  20. Simon

    Lambda 1 Error

    Sensor has been wired with the factory connector on the sensor, so 6 wires on ECU side and 5 off to the sensor?
  21. Yes it has two independent sensors one for MAP and one for BAP
  22. The M50 will use multi tooth missing mode. 60-2 on crank and cam level (copy the set up from the plugin base map)
  23. Simon

    Unlock code

    If you contact us on sales@linkecu.com with the ecu serial number we can point you to the original dealer and they should then be able to do the unlock.
  24. Try bench powering the ECU. Put 12V to pin 54 and ground on to pin 34 and then see if you can connect. Alternatively with the ecu in the car and key on you can measure the voltage between these two pins.
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