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Old 02-26-08, 07:57 AM
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Questions about the safc

Alright i know i know...SEARCH but ive searched and searched and cant find some answers to a couple questions.

1. I have an s4 and i set the throttle for low and high to 98 and 99. but im reading 84% throttle at idle? Why is that?

2. People say there is a 0-5 volt wire to connect a Wideband o2 sensor to the SAFC. Is this true and if so which wire is it?

3. What are the settings people set on the safc prior to tuning? Say i want my car to run just the way it did before putting the safc on there. What settings would i put in to do so?

There are more questions and they will come as they pop up in my head. Thanks for now i greatly appreciate your help.


PS. If you are an safc guru, please IM me at itrkid9786 asap so we can talk one on one. Im always online. I really appreciate it. Thanks
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Old 02-26-08, 05:30 PM
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You probubly have the throttle arrow pointing in the upper left which would make the throttle percentage go in reverse, example, 100%-0% the more you open the throttle instead of 0%-100%

The blue wire you can hook up to any 0-5v sensor to monitor its voltage.

If you want the engine to run without zero corrections, set the corrections to 0% on both HI and LO maps.
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