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    Default RAFIG PDF - Includes all of SSpdmon idle info.

    After doing the RAFIG process and not really finding a good tutorial all in the one location and a good explanation of the RAFIG process with PID's required, io decided to gather all the info i found plus some extra stuff i had to work on regarding stalling from AC and Thermo Fans. A large amount of the tables and ideas came directly from SSpdmon and I give full credit to him and i hope he doesnt mind me putting it into this PDF. If anyone finds any issues let me know and i will fix them up, Thanks.

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    In trying to do the RAFIG process on an 02 Trans Am 6Spd car the IAC correction PIDs showing in the process are coming up as invalid. What am I missing?
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    I know I have too many PIDs selected just trying to get the RAFIG ones to be valid.

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    Can you right click the pid and click more information. It should tell you what other PIDS need to be selected for it to work. It may also be that you have yet to connect to the car. Sometimes they will say unsupported but once connection with car is made they become valid

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    +1 what jms said.

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    Thanks guys.
    I was connected to the car and have right clicked for more info without any direction as to what is needed.

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    I see you don't have RAFPN calculated PID selected not that this should affect the others not being valid,I find it odd that the RAFIG calculated PID is valid but the PIDS it uses for calculations are still invalid. When you say connected was the car on and connected red dot top right corner and recording? I will look into it more when I get some time

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    It is a stick car hence no RAFPN.
    I also found it strange that RAFIG is valid while others aren't when it depends on them.
    Yes, connected with ability to record.

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    Ok well if it's stick you can get rid of the P/N PIDS as well. I'm not at my laptop but when you right click on the PIDS does it give you anymore information at all or is it just blank in that area?

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    Since the RAFIG is valid when you log does it give you any readings at all?

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    With manual trans, doesn't PCM use the PN tables when clutch pedal is pushed in (i.e. PCM sees CPP switch)...?

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