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Old 09-29-03, 08:26 AM
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is this right??

should my injector output constantly be at 12.14?? My car keeps flooding and I think that is the reason. Just trying to figure this out.
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Old 09-29-03, 12:32 PM
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That sounds like the basemap cranking value. If it's too much fuel, adjust your cranking enrichment values to bring it to something a bit more sane. Keep in mind that you're also seeing water temp compensation, too.

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mine is at over that red tick mark (i use the laptop adaptor that has the guages), which is around 10-12. how do you adjust the cranking enrichment values, what screen is that and what value is not running lean but not too rich?
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Wow, I've got the exact same problem!!!! My car was running just fine, then suddenly it started running on one rotor, then just died. I haven't been able to get it started since!! Everytime I check the screen when the Microtech is turned on, it reads 12.14ms constantly, even while cranking!!! Maybe something in the programming got bumped?? The laptop was hooked up at the time, but I don't recall changing any values that would do such a thing. Any ideas??
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Old 08-17-04, 02:25 PM
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somebody give us some help, I got the same problem, the only time when it changes is when I turn down the mixtrim alot.
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Don't want to throw the obvious out there, but check your MAP sensor line to make sure it's still connected to it's source and at the ECU. Mine popped off one evening scaring the **** out of me (ran like it was blown) and I noticed that it was basically running the injectors wide open...during cranking and while running. So, check your vacuum signal as you crank and make sure it leaves 0".
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Old 08-19-04, 10:58 PM
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well my laptop is reading a vacuum of 20" HG so the map line is connected.
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Old 08-19-04, 11:38 PM
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somebody give us some help, I got the same problem, the only time when it changes is when I turn down the mixtrim alot.
sounds like someone has messed with all your maps, check them all and make sure they are right,
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Old 10-06-04, 02:36 PM
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everything is in working other now.
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