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Old 05-17-2008, 02:54 AM   #1
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I installed the 3.0v firmware today after having trouble with the highres map and keep getting two errors when I load the mspnp noafm map:

WARNING (04) : Constant "afrBins1" units mismatch, "Volts" in msq, expected "AFR" from ini.

WARNING (04) : Constant "afrBins2" units mismatch, "Volts" in msq, expected "AFR" from ini.

1. I easythermed with the rx7 settings for clt and GM settings for AIT dumping the files into the megatune project folder.
2. I ran copyini.bat
3. I activated 3.0v.ini in megatune and modified my settings for the project
4. I downloaded the firmware with the downloadfirmware.bat or whatever it is.
5. I loaded the pnp msq and it logged the two errors.

Am I missing a step here? The car seems to run fine for the most part considering i only spent a few minutes tuning it.
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:13 AM   #2
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go into configurator and set it up for the right wideband and resave the MSQ. There appears to be issues with you trying to use a afr target table for an AEM but you have megatune setup for an LC1 or something similar to that.
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Yup. Sounds like you need to go into the "Configurator" function of Megatune and set your lambda sensor type to AEM_Linear:




Either that, or the modification has been done to the msns-extra.ini file to set the AFR target maps in AFR (rather than volts) but the MSQ has not been edited to do the same. By bet's on the former, though.
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Ok so i changed it to the AEM settings and the error went away. But what am i supposed to do next to convert it to the LC1 settings (since that is my wideband) ... just run configurator, change and save settings, and go on my merry way or what?

by the way, i loaded a the mspnp msq that i had begun tuning after changing to AEM settings and got the same errors, just flipped around so maybe the problem just corrects itself?
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This is getting confusing...


To be clear, you have an LC1, yes? So set your Lamba sensor in the configurator back to LC1.

Then, post the MSQ that you actually intend to use.


But to answer your question, yes, the AFR scale would "self-correct" when saving, though I wouldn't trust any of the data in it afterward.
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Ok so then i can just erase all the target AFR #s and enter the values I want and all should be well right? I also already configured megatune back to LC1 and im not getting the error when i load my msq in progress.
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Just enter the correct values and resave now that you have it setup right in configurator.
Make sure the switchpoint in ego correction is good as well.
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done and done, thanks guys ... guess i didnt really need to worry about it in the first place.
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Just enter the correct values and resave now that you have it setup right in configurator.
Make sure the switchpoint in ego correction is good as well.
reminds me. What is the switchpoint on the LC-1?
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should be 2.35v; if you are outputting 10-20:1 at 0-5v.

all it is is the voltage that 14.7 is outputted.
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