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    Are you using two widebands (i.e a 0333 and a...

    Are you using two widebands (i.e a 0333 and a 0334) or just one...?
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    Are you using V7 scantool or V8 scantool...?

    Are you using V7 scantool or V8 scantool...?
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    Are you connecting your 0334 to FSV2 using analog...

    Are you connecting your 0334 to FSV2 using analog connection or CAN bus...?
  4. You might try to uninstall and reinstall the USB...

    You might try to uninstall and reinstall the USB driver.

    If this does not resolve the issue, then there is a good chance the USB socket's solder joints are cracked... or the USB device's...
  5. Sounds like the USB connector's solder joints may...

    Sounds like the USB connector's solder joints may have cracked...


    Where are you located (approximately)...?
  6. Hey Mick, good to see you here :cheers:

    Hey Mick, good to see you here :cheers:
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    IFR is correct based on the first cell (at...

    IFR is correct based on the first cell (at MANVAC=0) being correct.




    rate(MANVAC) = rate(0) * sqrt((400+MANVAC)/400)

    where:
    MANVAC is the IFR table axis in kPa.
    rate(MANVAC) is the rate...
  8. Thread: P1516 Cax file

    by joecar
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    ChipsByAl, thanks. J.Abbot, there are no cax...

    ChipsByAl, thanks.

    J.Abbot, there are no cax files for anything other than LS1B that I know of.
  9. The 0333/0334 still outputs analog 0-5V, but is...

    The 0333/0334 still outputs analog 0-5V, but is more intended for E38, E67, E92 tuning.

    The 0333 is specifically for single wideband to CAN; the 0334 is for dual widebands to CAN.

    EFILive has a...
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    Post your tune file, I'll check the IFR table.

    Post your tune file, I'll check the IFR table.
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    Subscribing...

    Subscribing...
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    Also, do you have data for "Minimum Transient...

    Also, do you have data for "Minimum Transient Pulsewidth" (B9021)...?
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    Is your FPR referenced or un-referenced (from...

    Is your FPR referenced or un-referenced (from what you said, sounds like referenced)...?

    See this: Calculating-Injector-Flow-rate
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    Which stickies did you read thru...?

    Which stickies did you read thru...?
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    Also: what are you doing with...

    Also:

    what are you doing with "(({CALC.AEM_AFR}-{GM.AFR})/{GM.AFR})*100", how are you adding that much percent to the VE table...?

    If you use "{CALC.AEM_AFR}/{GM.AFR}" you can paste-multiply...
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    Important: are you seeing a MAF DTC...?

    Important: are you seeing a MAF DTC...?
  17. Do the IAT and MAP pids show correct values...? ...

    Do the IAT and MAP pids show correct values...?

    Post a log file.
  18. Thread: Calc_pids

    by joecar
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    You got it going...?

    You got it going...?
  19. Thread: P1516 Cax file

    by joecar
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    I don't see a cax mapping for 12614676. (...

    I don't see a cax mapping for 12614676.

    ( hmmm, does the 2007 Y-car use an LS1B or an E40...? )
  20. Thread: E92 maf

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    Post the stock tune .ctz file.

    Post the stock tune .ctz file.
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    I'm sorry, I did not see any emails (my email...

    I'm sorry, I did not see any emails (my email provider blocks @gmail and @yahoo)...

    it is easier for me if you post pics and files here.
  22. Thread: No Lockup

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    In your ctz file, the TCC release tables are set...

    In your ctz file, the TCC release tables are set to 318 mph... this keeps your TCC unlocked.
  23. Thread: No Lockup

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    Log shows that TCM never commanded TCC lock...

    Log shows that TCM never commanded TCC lock...
  24. Post tune. Log GM.KR and post log.

    Post tune.

    Log GM.KR and post log.
  25. It is an engineering marvel, no doubt about...

    It is an engineering marvel, no doubt about that... but it is complex, and I like my critical systems to be simple :) :)
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