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Old 03-06-2010, 12:21 PM
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Hey guys,

Since I have no clue about how to set up VVT control properly on the Adaptronic (in addition to reading about diode failures while doing it), can I let my stock ECU control VVT easily? Is it a matter of just patching pin 4D (on the Adaptronic wiring diagram for NBB) back to the stock ECU? Or does it need other wires along with this like MAF signal?

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it needs a maf signal... a real-ish one.
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Of course it wouldn't be that simple. I'll probably leave it out for now as I don't really want to try and simulate a MAF signal. Thanks for the answer.
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