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toyota 4e-fte trigger error

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I'm using "Link G4x atom" with "toyota 4e-fte"
I'm in trouble because "Trigger 1 error" doesn't disappear

I've tested various "trigger 1 arming thresholds" so far, but the error didn't go away.
For example, I did the following test

500 1k  2k  3k  4k  5k  6k  7k
0.2 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 4e-fte base map posted on link forum
0.2 0.5 1.0 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 3.5 It was posted in the QA of the link forum
0.5 1.0 1.5 1.5 2.0 3.0 3.5 3.5 Recently tested

"2000rpm" sometimes gives an error
"3000rpm" gives an error about once a minute
I haven't tested above "4000rpm" yet

Please let me know if there is an improvement plan

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thank you for your reply!

Attach 2000rpm Trigger Scope, 3000rpm Trigger Scope, and pclx file
Also, I will attach an image of the log when driving
(trigger error PCdatalog - 2022-04-13 7;15;21 pm 1.37 sisou err ari)

The "trigger error PCdatalog --2022-04-5 6; 57; 44 pm 1.34 sisou err ari" file is 
an image of the LOG when tested with the "trigger 1 arming threshold" changed.

Thank you.

trigger error PCdatalog - 2022-04-13 7;15;21 pm 1.37 sisou err ari.jpg

trigger error PCdatalog - 2022-04-5 6;57;44 pm 1.34 sisou err ari.jpg

TriggerScopeLog 3000rpm.llgx TriggerScopeLog 2000rpm.llgx EP82 v1.37 Toyota EP82 4e-fte sequential injection.pclx

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The trigger scopes both look ok.  I noticed in your map the trigger offset is still set to zero.  Have you checked ignition timing with a timing light?  With a distributor if the rotor phasing isnt correct the spark can jump to something inside the distributor rather than jumping to the correct post and this will cause an error.    

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thank you for your reply!

I adjusted the ignition timing with the timing light.
However, I rotated the distributor and adjusted it.

The procedure is as follows.
"base timing" set "lock ignition timing" to 10 and "trigger offset" to 0.
I applied the timing light and rotated the distributor to adjust it to 10 °.

Does this mean it's not good?
What is the way I should do it?

Thank you.

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