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Hey guys, 

I have a Link Extreme and a Powertune digital dash connected to Can2. Ecu isn't transmitting ethanol content or pedal position and the Kpa seems to transmit correctly but if changed to boost it reads a positive 7 psi at idle. 

 

Is there a way to activate the transmission of the data that's missing? Any way to correct the boost reading? 

 

Thanks. 

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Assuming you are running recent firmware, Ethanol content and APS are sent in the generic dash stream.  Those channels were fairly recently added so powertune may not have added them to their end.  

As for "Boost", both MAP and MGP are sent in the generic dash stream.  What does MAP and MGP in the Link software display when the dash is displaying 7psi?  Sounds like they might have something wrong in the scaling.

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19 hours ago, Adamw said:

Assuming you are running recent firmware, Ethanol content and APS are sent in the generic dash stream.  Those channels were fairly recently added so powertune may not have added them to their end.  

As for "Boost", both MAP and MGP are sent in the generic dash stream.  What does MAP and MGP in the Link software display when the dash is displaying 7psi?  Sounds like they might have something wrong in the scaling.

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Thanks Adam. I updated the firmware and now it seems to be broadcasting some data on ethanol but it's reading 1% and PC Link is showing 87%. The APS still doesn't read anything at all. Guessing this is a dash issue? 

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