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Old 01-09-2009, 10:11 AM   #21
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you should just only need to copy them into the project folder. doesnt hurt to put them in every folder....
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hey how did you know i do that!

Anyway, i think you just told me what may be wrong ... i thought I just needed to copy the therm files into the src folder, but i need to copy them into mtcfg as well?
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you should just only need to copy them into the project folder. doesnt hurt to put them in every folder....
Yea, I still dont know exactly which folder it has to be in. So I put it in the mtcfg folder under the project, and the megasquirt folder.
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well thats good to know, I just copied them to src because thats where the original therm files were.
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well thats good to know, I just copied them to src because thats where the original therm files were.
src is what you copy them into when you are compiling the firmware, it has nothing to do with megatune.
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Ok right on. Thanks a lot guys, my coolant temps seem to be spot on now, It got up to around 200 degrees finally fully warm. I also wired the AIT directly and grounded it at the ECU ground. Seemed to read about 10 - 15 degrees warm, but Ill check it again in the morning.

Current settings are:
Coolant - RX7 defaults with 1544 bias without R4 (shared signal)
AIT - GM defaults with 2490 bias with R7 (direct signal)
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