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Old 11-22-2007, 03:27 PM   #1
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I didn't want to hijack the thread for the MSPNP 96-97 thread, but I wanted to know if the guys at DIY had determined the proper values for the stock coolant/IAT sensors to be entered into easytherm. I've tried it myself, but it seems I can never get it quite right (I should probably just go ahead and buy a GM coolant sensor) but didn't know if you had gotten to the development point where you had this already figured out. Thanks!
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Have you tried the RX7 values that are defaulted in the easytherm menu?
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Old 11-22-2007, 04:38 PM   #3
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Yes, I tried the RX-7 values, but from what I can tell, it reads approximately 20* cooler on Megatune than what it should be(my stock computer still controls the fans and they kick on at about 175* according to Megatune). I just figured since DIY was making progress with their PNP system, they may have determined the correct values (I wasn't sure if they would be the same as the 94-95 values, then again, those haven't been posted either).
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Hmm. You can try my values, though i had to calculate my own bias resistance values for the '99. You did remove R7 right?
1544 bias Celsius temps
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Thanks for the info, I'll give it a try later today. And yes, I did leave out R7 on my MS. Hopefully someone from DIY will also chime in here sometime too.
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There are also some values in the sticked thread titled "software installation".
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Then you need to remove R7.
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