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Old 12-30-2015, 04:50 PM   #1
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Hello everyone!

Im new to the aftermarket ecu community, and I seek help, and please bare with me.
Installed a used MSPNP1 that used to belong to a turbo '96.
As I was burning the basemap into the ecu, i was presented with three alert messages, as in the picture. Due to my ignorance, I have no idea of what they mean, or what to do next?
Also, I havent "updated" any firmware...i dont know how
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Old 12-31-2015, 12:55 PM   #2
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I tried to set the fixed timing to 10 degrees, and then went to the idle control, put it in warmup only. The car starts up, rpm fluctuates, and i smell a lot of gas being dumped.

Also, when i put the key on, not starting the engine, I hear the fuel pump trying to kick in, or at least i think its the fuel pump
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Please attach a data log of the problems you're having and a copy of your current MSQ.

The warnings are pretty minor.
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Finally got around to install the damn wideband, car still runs like crap with the MS in. The link is for the datalog, maybe someone could chime in.
Btw, this is for a gen 1 mspnp on a 96 miata.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ctcqe3ynn3bqn5/log1.msl?dl=0
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MAP readings are way off - make sure you have it set up for a 4 bar. Also, please double check temperature readings.
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A friend helped tweek it last night, got the car idling, but way too rich. Also set the timing. Heres the new log. Also, manifold and coolant temps seem to be a high, indicating 80F when ambient air is around 67F.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/flav7jzrkw...20run.msl?dl=0
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are you referring to the MAP sensors?
GM 3-BAR is the most common sensor.
-MPX 4250 is the upgraded 4-bar sensor.
-MPXH 6400 is the dual 4-bar sensor.

Im guessing i go for the 6400?
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