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    Default PCM driven shift light on an auto

    I am using 01290005 operating system and trying to use the air pump output pin red plug pin 36 to drive a shift light at a programmed RPM.
    Activated air pump in the platform and adjusted the setting in the Air pump parameters did not work.

    While I am running 01290005 operating system which was converted from an Australian operating system is it possible the Australian operating system/tune does not have the relevant information to drive the air pump output!
    Can anyone offer any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Look at G1206/G1207.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    Look at G1206/G1207.
    Thanks for the reply I have already set G1206/G1207
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    Do you have to turn on the DTC's to get it to function? C6001 ---> P0410, P0412, P0418? Set them to something like Non Emissions

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo_bu View Post
    Do you have to turn on the DTC's to get it to function? C6001 ---> P0410, P0412, P0418? Set them to something like Non Emissions
    I'm not sure...

    ( I know disabling the DTC's prevents the Secondary AIR tests from running )


    it might be best to try it and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo_bu View Post
    Do you have to turn on the DTC's to get it to function? C6001 ---> P0410, P0412, P0418? Set them to something like Non Emissions
    Interesting!.....I will try it and report back thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    I'm not sure...

    ( I know disabling the DTC's prevents the Secondary AIR tests from running )


    it might be best to try it and see.
    I guess I meant to say just turn on the sensor, and maybe not the actual Secondary AIR test DTC. Either way, I think that you have to tell the PCM that something is there before it will turn it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo_bu View Post
    I guess I meant to say just turn on the sensor, and maybe not the actual Secondary AIR test DTC. Either way, I think that you have to tell the PCM that something is there before it will turn it on.
    Yes, I agree, PCM has to be told to look for it.

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    Im also interested in this im using a auto trans os but a th400 tried shift light output with a led and it blinks untill set rpm then goes solid i would love to a different output to make this work

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo_bu View Post
    Do you have to turn on the DTC's to get it to function? C6001 ---> P0410, P0412, P0418? Set them to something like Non Emissions
    Tried all the settings this did not work either!

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