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  1. Hello! I have roblem whith OBD on G4X. I need to coonect DAMD steering weel to Link ECU. It is connect whithout any problems on G4+but on G4X with same setings it dosent work at all. After connecting control lamp to CAN wire I see that on User Defined I dosent have anithing but on others protocols I have some signals (on G4+ I have signal on User Defined). Video below.
  2. Hi I need help I have wired in a ECU Master CAN to LAMBDA into the ECU but I am struggling to get the find it on the Link G4+ software, I have tried all the CAN ID's I could find on the internet but still no luck. I am selecting the wrong information please see attached screen shot
  3. I purchased one of these GaugeArt CAN bus gauges for my FD RX7, which is running a Link G4+ Fury ECU. Problem I'm having is the gauge refuses to display some of the extended channel data GaugeArt claims it should, for example Lambda target. Tech support folks at GaugeArt has been telling me for months now that they have been working with Link to come up with an updated set of configuration instructions that should fix my problem, but they have not delivered yet. Was hoping maybe someone here has figured out a solution for this. I simply want to be able to set up a 2 parameter display screen that shows Lambda 1 (a standard channel) and Lambda Target (an extended channel) on the same page. When I try to do that according to the GaugeArt instructions, Lambda 1 displays properly, but I get a constant 0.000 for Lambda Target. Anyway, here's a link to the standard and extended channel list this gauge is supposed to support and display: https://gaugeart.com/instructions/gaugeart-can-gauge-supported-ecu-data-channels/supported-ecu-channels-vipec-link-g4/ And here is a link to the instructions GaugeArt provides its users for them to configure a Link G4+ to work with their CAN bus gauge: https://gaugeart.com/instructions/vi-pec-link-g4-ecu-setup/ I've followed those instructions to the letter, with one exception - Since I wired my CAN gauge to DI9/10 (CAN2 module), I substituted CAN2 module for CAN1 module in their instructions. The GaugeArt gauge seems to work fine that way otherwise, and I can configure it to display everything it should, EXCEPT for the following extended channels: Lambda Target Lambda Correction 1 Lambda Correction 2 Boost Target (kPa / PSIg) Thanks in advance!
  4. I have absolutely no tune on my 4age except for the startup map my wiring harness guy did. He told me to get an AFR gauge so I did. It's a AEM X gauge and it causing me some issues. My wiring harness has a wbo2 input with a white and brown wire but when connected to my sensor gauge it gets no input in the ecu. I'm running a monsoonX btw. The gauge reads 25 afr at idle but my idle doesnt work at all. Any help would be appreciated as the engine is brand new rebuilt.
  5. Evening guys, I have a G4+ plug in for my V1-2 WRX and am running a Haltech IC7 dash. The dash is wired via CAN from the Link G4+ and EVERYTHING works except for % ethanol. It shows the correct % ethanol on the G4+, but the IC7 will only show 0%. Currently have RPM, speed, oil pres, oil temp, coolant temp, IAT, lambda, etc. etc.... See attached configuration for CAN module 1 (the dash). I am running CAN lambda on CAN module 2. Any help would be appreciated!! Cheers, Mitch
  6. Hello there again, I was playing with AEM's CAN gauge (30-0312) as at the end I want that to display the lambda values from the Link CAN Lambda (which is on the way home) and potentially an other one to display EGT. Unfortunately the gauge itself is not customizable by means of specifying what ID or frame structure to use, but it has a big bunch of AEM specific message types preset. I was able to configure the G4X to send the IAT and ECT and those were displayed correctly, however the Infinity user guide states a scaling like this for the lambda vale: 0.00390625 Lambda/bit. There are other parameters with similar scaling, so I guess this is more of a generic scaling question. Do you have any idea how to translate this to G4X "language"? The multiplier and divider fields don't seem to accept fractions and they are limited to 5 digits only. Thanks
  7. Hi Folks, I'm having some issue with my CAN Lambda. Bought it new a while back and I finally decided to fit it.. So I've got it wired up as per the instructions but I'm getting a error 26 - which according to instructions relates to - supply voltage dropped below 10.8V while operating. Solution - Check Wiring, Check Battery, May occur during cranking" Ive check the wiring, relay is wired correctly, power is coming from the battery, good ground, accessory going to the CAN module. All seems fine. Battery is fine, showing 12V+ Which leaves "may occur during cranking".. I thought this might be the issue (might still be) so I put a switch on the accessory power going to the relay just to turn it on once the car has started. thinking this would take the cracking part out of the occasion just incase it was dropping below the 10v. I'm kinda out of ideas on what else to check, if anyone has any ideas?? Also looking at the lambda status , I might have other issues but they only come up when I start the car. map and log attached along with some snapshots can lambda test.llg afterlambdainstall.pclr
  8. Quick question, is there anyway to customise the existing Transmit generic dash CAN data? I have an AIM MXS dash connected via CAN using the Transmit generic CAN data option. The stream inlcudes several parameters that arent applicable in a rotary engined application, can I change these and make use of DI channels? This would provide me more useable functions in the way of dash alarm functions. I've read the help files and noticed I could compile a user defined CAN format but was hoping this could be avoided by modifying the existing ones.
  9. G'day all, Playing around setting up my FuryX and MXG Strada dash, and trying to understand the full canbus stream. There seems to be plenty of items I won't be using, and plenty not there that I would like to use. Is there a way of adding additional items into the stream to be read from the dash? For example, I want to put the cruise control status and set speed on there, plus traction control status. The help file doesn't really go into detail with this (probably because it's a can-bus of worms). Is there a way to adjust the data stream? Or are there more values in the stream (can aux outputs...???) that can be configured in race studio (not found a lot in there). The other way I could do this would be to completely rebuild the stream on both ends as a custom stream. Not the quickest way to do it, but would certainly remove the clutter and add the bits I want. I do find the lack of ability to customise the display on the MXG a bit annoying (maybe quite a bit annoying). AIM tells me this is because they have to make sure all displays work and are legal, however I'm not sure how this applies with varying legality requirements in various countries/jurisdictions? It would be nice to rearrange so I can get rid of things like the current gear, and add things like cruise mode icon in a corner above the cruise set speed... but no method for user configuration of the pages (beyond changing the value in the set location) is available. Yes there's pages with HEAPS of info available, but this becomes a clutter for normal driving (this is a street car... hence the street version of the dash). I guess some ability to adjust this would be nice. Can it be done with some rudimentary editing software (even an xml editor if it's built that way) Cheers, Owen
  10. Hi guys, I have a problem with a Kms can display wired to my G4+ ecu. The display won't receive/show any data. I wired the Kms can display with the Can to dash cable to my ecu. Can high(white wire) and Can low (green wire) the other cables from the dash cable aren't connected. 12v and gnd for the display separately. I followed the steps in the ecu help to set it up in the Can settings menu(set id, transmit to kms can display and so on) As I heard are there problems with the Can to dash cable so i shortened the cable to about 200mm but the display doesn't work and there are no instructions in the Kms manual. Do I miss something? Do I have to set up anything else then the help page says? NG
  11. cappo_nz

    AtomX CAN Error

    Hi all I have recently received an AtomX and I'm trying to set up an arduino based CAN device to send messages to the ECU. The issue I'm having at the moment is an error when I try to find devices in the CAN Setup menu, I get an error for "CAN Bridge Failed - Check ECU Firmware". I updated my firmware last night to the latest available. Any ideas on why this is happening? I have checked that there is a 120ohm resistor at the end of my CAN lines, and my output messages appear to be configured correctly.
  12. Hi guys, I setup9 temp sensors reading exhaust, gearbox, diff... And i want to send this data to the link ecu through can bus i already got the can bus shield for arduino, also if there any other way to read them in the link ecu and log those values i am welcoming suggestions as wwellanything other then canbus Has anyone done this before that can shed some light on it? Kind regards
  13. Hi guys, i connected an HC-06 to RS232 RX-TX on my e36+ PNP but couldn't connect to it on pc link does anyone know what voltage does RX-TX of the can 1 work on and is it possible to connect to pc link through that , should i change any parameters on the ECU ? as i understood that that can port can be used for tunning but it dosen't seem to work with me any help is appreciated, i had experience on this before on megasquirt1-2-3 and it was quite straight forward connect the pins and it ran directly so i know the bleutooth module is working correctly and it is setup at 115200Baud, com ports and everything are chosen respectivly from pc link the object of this is a cheap hidden low power solution inside the ECU and nothing connected to it just like megasquirt without any expensive good for nothing dongles and ethernet and usb stuff hanging outside the ecu... kind regards,
  14. Hi I am wanting to to use this ECU Master Can Switch Board in conjunction with a Link G4+ Fury ECU. switchboardManual.pdf Will the messages sent by it be able to be read by the ECU. I am wanting to use it for pitlane limiter, traction control disable, ALS, launch control, etc with rotary potentiometers to adjust boost levels, traction control slip, DBW sensitivity, etc.
  15. Hi, I appreciate this may have come up before, but I approached KMS to see if their unit would work with the V Series. After some emails as below, it appears Link have the CAN files but it doesn't work with the V Series only the I Series...is this correct? Could a firmware/software update provide the corrected CAN data? Hi, The question was asked some time ago, and it looks as though your unit isn't compatible with the V Series. http://forums.linkecu.com/index.php?/topic/1852-vipec-v88-kms-can-display/ Is it possible to talk to Link to see if there is a way to make the unit work with the V Series?There must be a big market for your kit, as there isn't anything similar at that price...! Regards, John On 21 July 2015 at 07:09, info@vankronenburg.nl <info@vankronenburg.nl> wrote:
  16. Hoping i could get some clarification on the following, currently in the process of wiring a g4+ fury, aim strada 1.2 dash and LS1 coils 1st query is on the signal ground for the LS1 coils, can i wire the signal ground and the power ground both to the engine block? as per picture? Not sure if the sensor ground is required to pass back into the ecu 2nd query is on the aim strada can wiring on the aim wiring i have can 1+ and can 1-, can i wire these into can 2 l and can 2 h on the b plug and program to talk with the can setup in g4+ software? i figured this was easier than getting the correct plug for the link to wire into can1? 3rd query the 5v supply for generally sensors is there a limitation to how many sensors you can run off this 5v supply? i've noted from factory it is spliced into 2 wires, if i run 10 sensors that require 5v feed for example do i just splice this 5v feed 10 times? Does the same go for the green sensor ground wire and seeing as A/B plug each have their own grounds are the sensors required to be grounded relative to the plug they came from? New to using link and wanted to confirm rather than assume Appreciate any assistance
  17. I’m setting up my NS13+ in my S14 and wondering what type of wideband Lambda controller to run. I want a gauge. Can I run a gauge from either the Link CAN Lambda controller or one of the outputs from the ECU? or is it best to run something like a Innovate or AEM gauge with a analog input into the Link?
  18. Hello i have link extrem G4+ and i cant make the configuration to make my ecu read the dash i only used the file coming with the dash ( default black linkg4+.aemcd7). To conect. And it worked fine but i need to add new channels to the dash link fuel lvl methanol tank indecator, flex fule %, fuel temp, lunch control status, antilag status, E-boost map Status I cant add them to the default file so i need help to add the new channels all of them connected and working on the ecu software but i cant send them to the dash
  19. Hello chaps I’m having some issues connecting my extreme ecu with my race technology dash 2 display. I have the link canser lead so I can connect the ecu into my laptop and open the PC link software, change the CAN settings and apply the settings to transmit to my Dash 2. I also have a Race technology CAN interface lead which is Pre programmed for the Link G4+ ecu’s. So when I connect the Canser lead in and connect to the RT CAN interface lead it won’t connect to my ecu or dash 2. So I’m assuming that the serial connector on the canser and the serial connector pins don’t mate up? Or that I’m missing somthing else Any help wuld be great so eat so I can read my ecu settings on my dash 2!! Thanks
  20. DSORDA

    Fury CAN issue

    Hey Guys, Just having a wee issue setting up some CAN settings between the Fury, AIM MXL dash, Motec PDM and keypad. I've previously had the Fury and the Dash working faultlessly, and only started acting up when the new settings were put in for the PDM and keypad, so something is conflicting. The keypad works fine, and all the keypresses are working accordingly to activate boost tables, antilag etc etc. The issue is, the Dash will not display live data any more. It will merely display a 'snipit' of the data upon power-up, and stay at that value unchanged. This is for all channels I have displayed through the Dash from the ecu, speed, oil pressure, fuel pressure etc etc. My only guess is its something conflicting in the new CAN settings, but I'm a bit out of my depth with CAN protocol. If someone can spot anything obvious in my settings, that'd be great. AIM MXL settings have all been used as per the help file. Only thing to note is the CAN has been hardwired to CAN2 (B Plug loom) and I tried a 10Hz transmit rate as per another thread, with no success Cheers Ian DSORDA CAN Issue.pclr
  21. Hey guys, Going to be running a Motec PDM15 in my car and toying with the idea of a CAN keypad for the PDM. I would be looking to use the keypad for activation of the usual things, like hi/low boost, antilag etc, and curious how I would configure the system arming in my Fury ecu, since the keypad is over CAN. Antilag for example.. is it simply a case of setting the system arming to say DI4, and the respective key on the keypad to CAN DI4? Or can't these funtions be armed over the CAN network? Cheers Ian
  22. Hi All, long time reader, first time poster.. I have an older Xtreme Red G4+ ecu which im wiring into my s14 which has a JZX110 1jz vvti in it. Now i have an issue with connecting to my AIM dash via CAN using the communication port while laptop is connected via the USB port. Basically its either one or the other.. i cannot have both connected at the same time as PClink will disconnect if i connect the AIM dash. Any suggestions? secondly.. does anyone have any wiring info on the JZX110 E throttle plugs and pinouts? Cheers Simon
  23. Hi all, My question seems somewhat basic compared to some of the other things I have read but it is still kicking my a** so I need help. I have a G4+ PnP in my Evo 8. It is running the Link CAN Lambda module and I am also running a PLEX SDM-300 screen. Ever since I had the car tuned, I have had dramas with it missing and stuff and we've logged data and found little bits and pieces but now we are seeing random spikes in the RPM between 10,000 & 20,000 which is causing it cut ignition and pull timing etc. Trying to be thorough I decided to check my Cam and Crank sensors, I pulled the connectors apart, cleaned them, made sure the wiring was ok etc. After reconnecting the sensors, I put the key back in the car and fired it up but no data was streaming to my PLEX dash although it was powering on and I was getting nothing registering from my lambda sensor. I took the car around the block just to make sure everything else was still working and it is, all my other sensors are working. I went into CAN settings in PC-link and noticed that both channels were turned off, I turned them back on and then went to scan for the devices but it keeps telling nothing can be found I have tried the following steps to resolve it 1. Reload the most current tune 2. Reload the previous tune file 3. Reload firmware 4. Revert to default tune as supplied with the ECU and reload current tune 5. Pull out wiring and confirm everything is still plugged in Nothing has worked so far, the fact it is powering the dash is what confuses me, obviously there is power being transmitted but just no data. Pretty open to suggestions at this point
  24. Hey all Currently on my CAN1 I have my lambda sensor which runs at 1mbit and on CAN2 I have my gaugeart, dash2pro and OBD2 port The problem I am having is that the gaugeart and dash2pro both run at 1mbit and the OBD2 at 500kb. If I set the CAN port to one or the other either the OBD2 doesn't work or the gaugeart/dash2pro doesn't work It is my understanding that having multiple devices on the CAN slows the speed down, I am therefore reluctant to put the gaugeart and dash2pro no the CAN1 as I want the lambda to be running as fast as possible without chance of slowdown. My question is, could I use a resistor or something to trick the OBD2 port to think it is only running at 500kb while I have the actual port set to 1Mbit to run the other devices ? Thanks in advance
  25. Hi all just need a bit of advice and guidance please. I have recently purchased the Link G4+ storm for my '95 Celica GT4 ST205 on the advice of some members and admin. I am going to be buying a new android head unit for the car so I can get some apps to view gauges e.g.Torque. Now seeing as the car only has OBD1 capabilities and having read that you can configure the CAN BUS to have an OBD2 output I was thinking what would would; 1) be a good android head unit e.g. Pumpkin head unit as they use Bluetooth and wifi and relatively cheap. 2) what would be the best OBD2 reader/transmitter (Bluetooth or wifi) with any examples for most accurate real time data streaming 3) be the best app to show me some gauges e.g. Boost, intake temp, oil temp, AFR, knock, coolant temp etc. 4) the best cables to use to convert the CAN BUS to OBD2 and how to go about it. Just a quick mention the ecu is located behind the centre console on the floor so would only be about 30cm from head unit max incase i need to wire in any resistors or not as I don't think I would need a long cable as OBD2 reader/transmitter would be right there to connect to the head unit. Thank you in advance
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