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#1 Pablo

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Posted 05 August 2009 - 11:59 PM

Is anyone here using the f10x? I got it installed and Im having some drivability issues? I got some ok maps.

the problem is Id be crusing, and out of the blue the ecu turns off, but I turn the key to off and on and the ecu woks well again, but when it does that, theres a strong smell of fuel.

I think it might be the tuning, but Im not sure, Im waiting on my wideband, Im afraid to try to tune the car without it. Ive checked the wiring and everything seems fine.

so if anyone has any info





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Posted 06 August 2009 - 03:25 PM

How do you know the ECU itself is turning off?  What did yo wire for power to the ECU or power and signal/triger to the ECU if setup in that fashion

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 06:40 PM

well, the instructions said to wire the power from a 12v source, most likely from the ignition switch, I did that at first. but it used to turn off a lot, then I just took some power from the battery and put a switch, it still does it, but not as much.

well Im not sure if it turns off, but when I flip the switch it works well again. but if I have my computer hooked to the ecu it still gives data, so Im not sure whats happening. I think it might be flooding the engine, but the maps seems to be ok  

still waiting for the wideband

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 06:41 PM

well, the instructions said to wire the power from a 12v source, most likely from the ignition switch, I did that at first. but it used to turn off a lot, then I just took some power from the battery and put a switch, it still does it, but not as much.

well Im not sure if it turns off, but when I flip the switch it works well again. but if I have my computer hooked to the ecu it still gives data, so Im not sure whats happening. I think it might be flooding the engine, but the maps seems to be ok  

still waiting for the wideband

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 10:38 PM

Are you still using this fuel computer? I have questions.




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