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  1. Simon's comment here: 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\Link USB Drivers\i386\ftd2xx.dll Didn't give the correct path, but I managed to work it out. Copy the following dll C:\Link G4X\PCLink G4X\Link USB Drivers\i386\ftd2xx.dll to C:\Link G4X\PCLink G4X And PCLink will now open.
  2. That's correct they are different. Also the K20a from the Accord Euro R (CL7) runs the K24 connector and pinout, I would guess the FD2 K20a might also as it's based of the CL7 engine originally. Taken from the Haltech K20 page...
  3. That's very annoying when I'm just about to set up the firmware for a new ecu which will be on the latest version... Maybe in future versions of PCLink the dll check could be done when you try to connect to an ECU.
  4. I don't have the option to plug in an ecu at the moment, so how do I get around this issue so I can load PCLink?
  5. I've just encountered the issue raised in this locked thread. The suggested solution requires an ECU to be connected to uninstall the driver. To fix this issue plug in a G4X ECU, uninstall the ECU driver via the device manager and then reinstall the driver using the driver package installer (PCLink install folder->PCLink G4X->Link USB Drivers->LinkUSBDrivers_X64.exe (or LinkUSBDrivers_X86.exe for 32bit ssytems)). However that's not possible for me at the moment with the computer having the issue. What other options are there to resolving this issue?
  6. Probably has the answer you require.
  7. I'm looking at putting in an G4X XtremeX into my race car with a custom loom to a K20a Euro R motor and an S2000 gearbox, running Link CAN Lambda (via B Plug) and Link Dash via CAN (via B Plug). It would be awesome if someone could eyeball the following and see if anything stands out as completely wrong. A Loom Pin Name Function Channel Assignment Notes A1 Injection 4 INJ-4 Injector Cyl 4 A2 Injection 3 INJ-3 Inj
  8. Thanks. How do the standard wires handle 60A? My understanding was they were 22 AWG so around 7A each = 28A total which is quite a bit less then the 60A max? I'm also curious about this as well.
  9. The manual has a very explicit warning not to combine the power grounds. However I'm planning to go from the cabin through a bulkhead connector into the engine bay and I'm trying to reduce the number of pins required. Can they be combined on the other side of the connector in the engine bay with an appropriately sized wire which then goes to the engine block? Am I safe to do the same with both connectors so 4 wires into 1 pin? Or run each wire all the way, so 4 pins required on the bulk head connector.
  10. Thanks, I figured as much but was wondering if i had missed something special about them
  11. In the Manual for setting up a K20a it mentions "Extra relay required as from the factory the VTEC solenoid is wires as power (+) switching Can this be changed to do ground switching via the ECU in a custom loom? Just trying to limit the number of relays i'm using.
  12. I gave up and went to a Windows tablet running PCLink which works better. The other thing I wanted was Oil Pressure which I couldn't get through OBD2 so it wasn't the best option for my use case.
  13. After doing a bit of research recently into running a tablet as the primary dash for my car here's some thoughts... Hardware: For the older Windows tablets using Micro usb you should be wary of any claims of being able to charge and have a device connected, a lot of descriptions of the adapter cables are wrong as it totally depends on the tablet, so make sure you do your research first, if in doubt it likely doesn't support both at same time. However I believe the new tablets which support USB C may be better in this regard, again do your research first. Performance of PcLink on lower speced
  14. I tried my phone again (Nexus 5X android 7) and still no go, i think plx have an issue (torque wont talk to ecu) with android 7, the tablet (nexus 7 2013 android 6) connected fine again and worked. I was trying to get my phone going to eliminate the tablet from causing the lag, so i tried another way by getting an app running on windows via the Kiwi 3, it looks responsive, I think it points finger at the nexus 7 not being fast enough as certainly doesn't appear to have the same delay. (hard to tell without gauges) The cable is only 30 - 40cm long.
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