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This code appears when running at high speeds. Tuning can't find the problem, please help diagnose the problem. Thank you.

another problem code [Maximum Injector Duty Cuty Cycle Reached] cam up as well.

If anyone knows please Help. Thank you.

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The "fuel is clamped at its minimum" is not an error or fault, this is just a notification to the tuner that he is trying to command an injector PW shorter than is specified in the minimum PW setting.  It either means the injectors are too big to achieve the small flow rate he is trying to command, or he has the minimum PW setting set wrong.  This will only occur at idle or during overrun at high vacuum, so the code would not appear at high speed.  

The "max injector duty cycle reached" means you are trying to command more DC than you have set in the "Injector duty cycle fault value".  

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17 hours ago, aerace_fab said:

post your map and log file and brief description of your setup.

 

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14 hours ago, Adamw said:

The "fuel is clamped at its minimum" is not an error or fault, this is just a notification to the tuner that he is trying to command an injector PW shorter than is specified in the minimum PW setting.  It either means the injectors are too big to achieve the small flow rate he is trying to command, or he has the minimum PW setting set wrong.  This will only occur at idle or during overrun at high vacuum, so the code would not appear at high speed.  

The "max injector duty cycle reached" means you are trying to command more DC than you have set in the "Injector duty cycle fault value".  

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no topic injestion duty Cycle

no topic injestion Duty cycle.
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8 hours ago, wood said:

no topic injestion Duty cycle.

You are probably using old firmware.  In old firmware the fault value was fixed at 100%, in newer firmware the fault value can be adjusted by the user.  

 

8 hours ago, wood said:

Is this correct or not?

Hard to guess since you havent provided any data.  It could be an injector issue, or it could be something like a trigger error causing a spike of very high RPM.  

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7 hours ago, Adamw said:

You are probably using old firmware.  In old firmware the fault value was fixed at 100%, in newer firmware the fault value can be adjusted by the user.  

Is the firmware the latest version?

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Hard to guess since you havent provided any data.  It could be an injector issue, or it could be something like a trigger error causing a spike of very high RPM.  

I've tried replacing the injectors but still facing the problem.
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1 hour ago, wood said:

Is the firmware the latest version?

No.  The current firmware is 6.22.  

 

1 hour ago, wood said:

I've tried replacing the injectors but still facing the problem.

You dont need to replace parts yet.  Please attach your tune and a log showing the problem.

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5 minutes ago, Adamw said:

No.  The current firmware is 6.22.  

Do you have the latest firmware? I can't find it.

 

You dont need to replace parts yet.  Please attach your tune and a log showing the problem.

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1 minute ago, wood said:
There is only one firmware.

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