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Throttle reads zero?

Old 07-08-08, 05:08 PM
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Throttle reads zero?

All the sudden my S-AFC has no throttle input. But it still drives around? I guess it's just running things purely off of the AFM, but I'd like to have my throttle back. Anybody have any ideas? I've replaced and calibrated the TPS and that didn't solve it. The soulder's haven't busted either....

It's real annoying, and I think it's related to my problem with running rich all the time. I'm about to upgrade to megasquirt; but this is my DD and I'd like to get it running properly until I do.

Thanks for the help guys!
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Old 07-10-08, 11:02 AM
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Check your connection at the ECU. Both the terminal and the solder you made.

Also, I have found that on the SAFC1s the board on the inside of the module becomes unglued or unscrewed from the base and floats around and the wires start to come off. My rpm signal was lost do to this. The SAFC is only 4 screws and it will if anything prove that that ISN'T it.
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thanks, ill check that as soon as i get back into town!
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