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    Default Tuning Tool not tracking MAP properly?

    I have recently noticed that my Tuning Tool does not accurately track MAP readings logged in the Scan Tool. In tables like {B0101} Main VE Table and {B3605} Commanded Fuel in Open Loop, my log of SAE.MAP will show 95-105 kPa but the tracked spot will show 30ish. The point moves and it doesn't sit at zero; instead it's like it is off by a factor of three.

    I don't use tracking of links cells all the time so I'm not sure when it changed but I'm suspicious of my recent upgrade to V7.5.1 (Build 21). Or maybe I just inadvertantly changed something and shot myself in the foot? I dunno...

    Am I alone?
    Last edited by gto_in_nc; January 12th, 2008 at 11:03 AM.
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    Pretty sure one (say the scanner) will be set to imperial, the other (the tune tool) to metric.

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    Well, damn! Thank you, Ross! SAE.MAP in Scan was set on PIDs (F8) to use Imperial as default.
    Last edited by gto_in_nc; October 13th, 2007 at 03:35 PM. Reason: 'cause I'm stupid.

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