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    Post a screenshot of the PIDs tab (showing the pid CALC.NTK_AFX)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    Did you select the pid EXT.AD1...?

    Did you select the pid CALC.NTK_AFX...?


    This is what I see:

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    Yes I did.

    Just as I was going to screen shot my pids I double checked to see the pid parameters and now its valid!
    I hope to test it later today.Click image for larger version. 

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    I tried it tonight and and stays on 11.1. I'm going to get a meter and double check voltage output of the afr monitor to confirm it's working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trackman View Post
    I tried it tonight and and stays on 11.1. I'm going to get a meter and double check voltage output of the afr monitor to confirm it's working.
    On your charts, you will have to re-choose the correct pid into the chart...

    the correct pids now are CALC.NTK_AFX.LAM, CALC.NTK_AFX.EQR, CALC.NTK_AFX.AFR.

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    I have confirmed aux output voltage from the afr monitor is working correctly. It reads 4.5v in free air and with the car running it was fluctuating between 1.8v-2.2v on my meter with an afr in the high 12s- low 13s.
    When I connect to the V2 I still don't get any correct data when any one of the CALC.NTK_AFX.LAM, CALC.NTK_AFX.EQR, CALC.NTK_AFX.AFR. That pid just freezes up on a log.Click image for larger version. 

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    I'm wondering if it will be easier to start over with a new calc. pid. I don't use and other analog inputs anyway.

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    Post your log file and your calc_pids.txt file.

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    Which V7 build version are you using (go Help->About)...?

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    calc_pids.txt
    I am using the calc pids file you posted.
    Build 282Log_0002.efi

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    Sorry, my apologies...

    I posted a bad calc_pids.txt in post #16 above (was missing closing quotes and duplicated CLC-00-003)...
    I have now corrected the calc_pids.txt and re-posted to post #16 above and here also.


    Note: please log SAE.LAMBDA and post the log file, I want to see what it does.


    Also, I think you should upgrade your V7 software to latest build (and if you have FSV2 then update V8 also, and FSV2 firmware also).
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    I an grateful for you time. Thanks for helping.

    No change. The pid is froze
    I checked for updates and firmware updates and it says I have the latest.
    Sorry I can't seem to find the SAE.LAMBDA

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