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ECMlink 1000 cc deatschwerks injector setup 2g DSMLink

Willbill2317

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May 24, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio
So i am fairly new to all of this and i wondering if i can get some help with my build in my 2g 99 eclipse gst on getting my car to start up on ecmlink having some trouble with my injectors i think is my issue of why its not starting
 

Willbill2317

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May 24, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio
Yes table 3 works too, it seems to be the same as the one I shared.

And negative on changing the gauge to lambda. Linear wideband means, that you tell ecmlink what afr to read at what voltage output. So when you set the switchover point to 2.35, what that's doing is telling the ecu that 2.35 volts coming from the gauge = 14.7 afr.

You're going to input the data from the sheet into ecmlink. 0 volts from the gauge = 10afr. 3.5 volts = 17afr (info I got from the aem chart)

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Also was wonder for map sensor since it where the mdp was should i lock the factory settings in for it ? In the misc tab i think it is
 

habitatguy187

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Aug 20, 2008
Indianapolis, Indiana
I was just watching this video on another thread just wasnt to confidence he was right and so i would enter 0 volts as min and 3.5 as max or was you just throwing them out there ?
The bigger voltage range that you specify, the less accurate the log is going to be.

Most would choose something like .47 volts and 2.81 - what this means is that anything richer than .47 volts will log (in ecmlink) as 11.0 afr and anything leaner than 2.81 volts will log (in ecmlink) as 15.6afr. The actual gauge itself will still register richer or leaner if that's the case.
 

Willbill2317

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May 24, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio
The bigger voltage range that you specify, the less accurate the log is going to be.

Most would choose something like .47 volts and 2.81 - what this means is that anything richer than .47 volts will log (in ecmlink) as 11.0 afr and anything leaner than 2.81 volts will log (in ecmlink) as 15.6afr. The actual gauge itself will still register richer or leaner if that's the case.
I thought our cars idle at 14.7 ?
 

habitatguy187

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Aug 20, 2008
Indianapolis, Indiana
I thought our cars idle at 14.7 ?
Start here. If you plan on learning how to tune your car, it is essential that you learn this stuff well enough to teach it to someone else. (Really understand it)
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And yeah 14.7 is a common target idle. I don't understand your question.

Here's the thing man, everyone here who is qualified to help you, has spent COUNTLESS hours reading and searching and learning. I'm not talking like 40hrs, no more like 400. That's what it takes. Ppl will help you but you have to show that you're willing to help yourself. Honestly most of us expect you to give up/break your car and sell it or part it out so why bend over backwards trying to fix your shit when we all have our own shit to fix? I understand that internet communication is harder than in person but you're not helping yourself. Your posts are hard to read and understand due to shitty grammer and punctuation. Again I'm not trying to be a dick LOL, just trying to give some perspective.

I'm not saying don't ask questions. Ask away. Just make them make sense or else a lot of ppl will ignore you. Your question above about the target idle.... what about it? How does it relate to the instructions I gave for setting up the linear wideband? Set the linear wideband according to the chart and if everything is installed correctly, all will be fine.
 

Willbill2317

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May 24, 2021
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Start here. If you plan on learning how to tune your car, it is essential that you learn this stuff well enough to teach it to someone else. (Really understand it)
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And yeah 14.7 is a common target idle. I don't understand your question.

Here's the thing man, everyone here who is qualified to help you, has spent COUNTLESS hours reading and searching and learning. I'm not talking like 40hrs, no more like 400. That's what it takes. Ppl will help you but you have to show that you're willing to help yourself. Honestly most of us expect you to give up/break your car and sell it or part it out so why bend over backwards trying to fix your shit when we all have our own shit to fix? I understand that internet communication is harder than in person but you're not helping yourself. Your posts are hard to read and understand due to shitty grammer and punctuation. Again I'm not trying to be a dick LOL, just trying to give some perspective.

I'm not saying don't ask questions. Ask away. Just make them make sense or else a lot of ppl will ignore you. Your question above about the target idle.... what about it? How does it relate to the instructions I gave for setting up the linear wideband? Set the linear wideband according to the chart and if everything is installed correctly, all will be
i wasnt asking about idle i said at idle i thought it was 14.7 you said some thing about 11.0 and 15.6 and i was just confused what that was supposed to represent and so just cause i join on this group and start asking questions you think i aint done the research here a little bit of background this car i have built was not put together in the matterr of 3 months any of that this car actaully been worked on for the last 2 years and i and the last 6 to 8 months i was doin g research one ecmlink trying figure it out but then my buddy decided to tell me to join this page and some one on here could help for the fact you think im trying set up a idle is crazy when whole time we been talking about my wideband im sorry that i dont have experience in tuning but you just talking mass shit now cause im trying ask help and be little my knowledge like if you doing so much complaining why you keep trying to help ? like im not forcing none yall to help me like already a few people quit helping it dont bother me im just looking for some to help me out but you keep saying not trying be a dick like that justify what your doing like if you just gonna bi*** about me trying get help dont help and ALSO IM NOT TRYING TO BE A DICK .LOL
 

nice97civic

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Jan 29, 2004
lancaster, Pennsylvania
I've been following along and nobody here is talking shit. You've been given multiple answers to your questions and you follow up with something completely random and mostly incoherent most times. You're still stuck on this idle at 14.7:1. CORRECT, that is wideband target for idle. What he was telling you is that WHEN SETTING UP LINEAR WIDEBAND, the voltage values you enter correspond to certain AFR readings ON YOUR WIDEBAND. His point is, if you do not understand that, then stop asking questions and keep reading. The only one coming in here talking shit is you and frankly I don't expect anyone else to help you from this point on. If you don't want to take advice, be willing to learn and at the same time take constructive criticism then your questions will go unanswered.
 

1990TSIAWDTALON

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Nov 14, 2013
Independence, Kansas
i wasnt asking about idle i said at idle i thought it was 14.7 you said some thing about 11.0 and 15.6 and i was just confused what that was supposed to represent and so just cause i join on this group and start asking questions you think i aint done the research here a little bit of background this car i have built was not put together in the matterr of 3 months any of that this car actaully been worked on for the last 2 years and i and the last 6 to 8 months i was doin g research one ecmlink trying figure it out but then my buddy decided to tell me to join this page and some one on here could help. for the fact you think im trying set up a idle is crazy when whole time we been talking about my wideband im sorry that i dont have experience in tuning but you just talking mass shit now cause im trying ask help and be little my knowledge like if you doing so much complaining why you keep trying to help ? like im not forcing none yall to help me like already a few people quit helping it dont bother me im just looking for some to help me out but you keep saying not trying be a dick like that justify what your doing like if you just gonna bi*** about me trying get help dont help and ALSO IM NOT TRYING TO BE A DICK .LOL
Please use PUNCTUATION. This is one long run-on sentence that I didn't even finish.
This is a very professional group and the help you are needing is getting looked over as everything runs together.
Thank you.
Marty
 
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