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Old 12-04-2010, 11:11 AM
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So i've been battling my cold start for a while now and i finally got the car started after changing the plugs (again) however it won't turn over again. I noticed in my fuel map that i when i was trying to start the car the axis markers were reading from 0 - 1500 rpm at 29psi. That doesn't sound right to me. I checked all my piping and vacuum lines for a leak but it is all intact. Anybody have any ideas? I've attaced a picture to show.
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the ecu is not receiving map, tps or mat readings
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Old 12-07-2010, 01:23 AM
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I assume you've double checked your wires also? As said, the ecu isnt receiving any signals, did you end up ripping the wires on accident? No, 29 psi is not right, it should be reading at 0 psi/100kpa when the engine is off. Also what do you mean it will not turn over? Like the engine is locked and will not turn at all or does it just crank but not start?

How did you get your map to read hg and psi btw?
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How did you get your map to read hg and psi btw?
Firmware V8 has an option in the top to change the units
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