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Old 04-23-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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Default '00 1.8 european Miata - MS2 assembly

This is my report of an MS2 assembly.
I have bought also the SEQMOD module for full sequential injection.

I have all I need to start



Partially done



Mainboard done, except the voltage regulator in the proto area that is work in progress. I cannot find 3K, 30K and 48.7K 1% I have found 2.7 and 3.3K, 33K and 47K.


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Is this the correct position fot the SEQMOD?



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Old 04-23-2011, 05:16 PM   #3
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This is what is left unmounted and I know that it's needed :
-position and shunt jumpers
-wire
-screws for case
-D-sub connector Hood


This is what is left of the kit, unmounted, and I want to be sure that is not needed, give me your opinion :
-1 extra diode
-some 100ohm pullups resistors
-5 1K pullups resistors
-1 optional R20 51K resistor
-3 4670ohm pullups resistors
-optional R39 variable resistor
-Mica for Q17 (I really don't know what it is)
-some washers
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It is. And the mica goes under the high side driver.

Our idea here was it was better to supply too many parts than not enough.
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I noticed the MICA in the last few kits I purchased that recieved the v1.5b. What's the through behind it? I didn't think the pads were grounded.
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-1 extra diode
Probably the flyback diode for the idle valve. It's required if you're using the idle valve.
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I noticed the MICA in the last few kits I purchased that recieved the v1.5b. What's the through behind it? I didn't think the pads were grounded.
The pads aren't grounded. There's a via right there; the mica is just a precaution.
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Thanks guys.
I have a question : is the european pinout = to the USDM pinout? Reverant pointed me on the fuel pump pin, but he doesn't remember exactly where it must go. And what about other pins?
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Other pins are fine. I've built a few units for european cars, fully equiped with A/C etc, and none had any problems.
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Thanks a lot. Where the fuel pump pins is on EUDM cars? I only have this diagram, but it's from an USDM manual



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3R or 3P.
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I have finished now to make all the "edge pin connection" except fuel pump. I am a bit confused about "Pull Ups" and "I/O circuits", maybe I'm only very tired.
Can someone explain these simple?
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fuel pump is 3P on euro cars.
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:21 PM   #14
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Thanks, connected.
I need help to find PA0 on mainboard to activate relay1 for radiator FAN.
Ins't it pin 1 from J1 that goes direct to the processor?
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It's in the spare I/O header in the top/middle of the board.
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:04 PM   #16
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Found and connected.
Now I'm loading the firmware.
The base map that I have downloaded use MS2/Extra 3.0.3 - 20090912, I must install these FW (that I can not find) or the 3.0.3 20100522 is ok?
I'm Trying with 20100522...finger crossed :-)

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Firmware flashed.
Now when I try to open the MSQ tunerstudio give me this error : <<cannot find the controller definition file (ini,ecu) for signature:MS2 Extra Rel 3.0.3h>> and ask me to select the appropriate configuration file.

What's wrong?
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Really can't find the 20090912 firmware in MSextra forum...is this the problem?
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why arent you using 3.1.1?
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I have used the last firmware included in the package of DIYPNP website.
But the base map for this specific application is based on an old firmware, that I cannot find

http://www.diyautotune.com/diypnp/ap...0-18bp-mt.html

Is this the reason for the strange error that tunerstudio give me?
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