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Old 12-22-2009, 01:43 PM   #81
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I doubt it. It would only start now if you had a firmware problem, as the 2.1.1 firmware does work.

Do your datalogs show 0 rpm while cranking? Do your injectors squirt in test mode?
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:44 PM   #82
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well i could have guessed that still no start and on top of it i look at my hood and its all fucked up from ice falling off the house. i hate this ****
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:46 PM   #83
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I doubt it. It would only start now if you had a firmware problem, as the 2.1.1 firmware does work.

Do your datalogs show 0 rpm while cranking? Do your injectors squirt in test mode?
i data logged it and it showed 0rpms the fuel pump and injectors squirt when i run the test.
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Old 12-22-2009, 06:21 PM   #84
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well i removed all the wiring for the aem and now its all back to the way it was and still i don't get anything when i crank the car over. ben can i just send you my DIYPNP and have you take a look at it and tell me whats wrong??? ill pay for shipping there and shipping back and for what ever needed to be fixed.
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Old 12-22-2009, 06:40 PM   #85
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what weird thing are you doing with the ground at ALED? describe to me all connections associated with ALED. tell me what you connected and why you did it.

Then, I want you to remove the jumpers at 3J, 3H, Opto -, VR2+. Then reconnect the jumpers on teh bottom of the board and take a picture so I can clearly see the terminals.
3J to opto in -
3H to vr2+
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Old 12-22-2009, 06:49 PM   #86
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okay i will do once i get home also aled is going to 4Q like DIY said to do on there 99-00 wright up
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Old 12-22-2009, 06:55 PM   #87
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That's not what it looks like. It's hard to see with your crappy blurry pics, but I see
PA0 > Relay 1 In
Relay 1 Out > ALED Gnd
What's up with that?
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---------------relay in-----------relay out----------what its for
Relay 1 Mainboard PA0 ConnectorBoard 1R Radiator Fan

it says on the DIY wright up to go to aled to out put on relay 1 they say its for the radiator fan control.
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Old 12-22-2009, 07:18 PM   #89
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I did not ask you to copy and paste the documentation. take a look at your damn build, trace the wires, and explain what you did.

if I wanted to read the manual, I would have just read the manual. this is what I'm talking about, you make it difficult to help.

No where does DIY suggest using ALED for fan control. They use it for VICS control, and it doesn't go through a relay.
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they list it under jumper configuration DIYPNP MegaSquirt installation for the Mazda Miata in I/O Circuits
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wow i feel like a dumb *** they what you to use 1R not r1 aled. okay my bad about that but i dont think that would make it not want to run but who knows.
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Old 12-26-2009, 11:24 AM   #92
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Ben ill re do the wiring like you asked later tonight.
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Time for a thread bump got my new built motor in and broken it on my FIC. so today i reloaded the firmware and map for the 99-00 miata and tried to start it and still nothing. I don't get it i have tried and tried with no luck i have looked it over and over again everything is wired right and still nothing. i wish some one that knows how these things work would take a look at it for me I AM WILLING TO PAY to have it fixed. If i cant get it to work im just going to light this dam thing on fire.
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good news is if i spray starting fluid in the intake manifold it starts for a sec then dies so it looks like i dont get fuel at all. i guess thats some good info so some one to be able to work off of?????
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Email me:
-copy of current .msq
-datalog of attempted start with 10 seconds of cranking time
-composite log of attempted start with 10 seconds of cranking time

I will look at your logs for anything obvious, but last we communicated about this, you had errors in your jumper wiring.

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Email me:
-copy of current .msq
-datalog of attempted start with 10 seconds of cranking time
-composite log of attempted start with 10 seconds of cranking time

I will look at your logs for anything obvious, but last we communicated about this, you had errors in your jumper wiring.

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yes i did have errors in my jumpers i fixed those ill get it for you tonight thanks ben.
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Ben my USB to DB9 connector went bad so i got a DB9 cable and re-flashed the ecu with the 3.0.3s firmware and reloaded the 99-00 bath fire map and then calibrated everything but TPS because my laptop doesn't have a DB9 connector on it. but i check my to see if i was getting power and ground to the injectors and for some reason i got power at both pins and i get next to nothing for spark. i hope this might help to see whats wrong im trying to get my hands on a laptop with a Db9 on it or find a new usb to db9.
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:56 PM   #98
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Ben i just got home and took the case off and powered up the diypnp. i went with a test light and everything looks right the only place that has power is 12V and everything the rest are ground. so the only thing i can think of is my wiring harness but my stock ecu will start the car fine.
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Really need a datalog here Mike, probably a composite log too. We have USB adapters in our webstore for $20, and we've had a really good record with them.
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Ben i got the serial to usb converter today once i get out of work ill get everything you want to know so we can try and figure out whats wrong.
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