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    Default Read posts in search...read tut..LM1 help.

    1. Can't find which wire from the LM1 is analog2 White or Red?

    2. Selected pids lm1-1, lm1-2, ad1, ad2 and they are shown as not supported...right click info gives:

    " Factor = Calc.AFR_LM11.AFR / GM.AFR is not valid because requied parameter Calc.AFR_LM11.AFR at position 20 is not selected"

    What does that mean? How do you select position 20?

    3. Any reason not to hook the LM1 red wire to Pin C, White wire to Pin E and the ground to Pin D just to see if red or white is analog 2?

    4. Analog 2 is set to 1v = af10, 2v =af20.

    Thanks for the newby question help.

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    You need to make sure you have commanded air fuel selected as well as Wideband LM1.

    You can hook up either the output for 1 or 2 on either of the EFILive inputs. Just remember what it is and where it is at so you don't get confused and then you can swap it to the correct input later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onfire
    2. Selected pids lm1-1, lm1-2, ad1, ad2 and they are shown as not supported...right click info gives:

    " Factor = Calc.AFR_LM11.AFR / GM.AFR is not valid because requied parameter Calc.AFR_LM11.AFR at position 20 is not selected"

    What does that mean? How do you select position 20?
    Position 20 refers to the position in the expression. The expression is:
    {CALC.AFR_LM11.AFR}/{GM.AFR}

    Position 20 refers to the 20th character in the expression, which refers to the position after the last character of the PID that is not selected.

    Basically EFILive reads (parses) the expression from right to left, when it got to the closing brace } before the / character it determined that it had a complete PID name. Once it has a complete PID name, it can perform validation on that PID name. The validations include:
    1. Is it a valid PID name?
    2. Is the PID selected? (this is the one that failed in your case).
    3. Are the units specified, if so are they correct for that PID?

    As Chad said, you need to select ALL the PIDs that are listed in the expressions, otherwise EFILive can't calculate the expression.

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    Paul
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    Thanks all for the help....I'm slowly getting there.

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