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Old 08-10-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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My TechEdge DIY Wideband is reading .20 volts higher (I know this from my dash display which I know is reading correct) than it should be and therefore causing my MegaTune Dash board gauge to be off. I've already modified the .inc file for MegaLogView and have it showing my correct numbers.

I also manually modified the WBlambda100MOT.inc file to reflect the right numbers, but the display is still showing the same incorrect numbers. Do I have to do anything special to get MegaTune to ready the new .inc file I have created for my TechEdge DIY wideband?
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there's an inc. file for MLV?

For Megatune, maybe the lambaSensors.ini file in C:\Program Files\MegaSquirt\MegaTune2.25\

; Another way of doing it for the Tech Edge linear output:
; afr = { 9.0 + 0.039216 * egoADC } ; WBLIN, Mot ADC
; afr = { 9.0 + 0.039063 * egoADC } ; WBLIN, AVR ADC
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there's an inc. file for MLV?

For Megatune, maybe the lambaSensors.ini file in C:\Program Files\MegaSquirt\MegaTune2.25\

; Another way of doing it for the Tech Edge linear output:
; afr = { 9.0 + 0.039216 * egoADC } ; WBLIN, Mot ADC
; afr = { 9.0 + 0.039063 * egoADC } ; WBLIN, AVR ADC
Yup, I found the Inc file for MLV and it now works great!

I've got the NON-Linear DIY Techedge and it is causing my grief as the above won't work.
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Looks like MLV only uses inc files for non linear sensors.
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Looks like MLV only uses inc files for non linear sensors.
Yeah.. Now how do I get MegaTune to read the friggen .inc file for my Techedge. Everything is good except this and it is just annoying and not really hurting my tuning as I have the voltages fixed in MLV and the AFR Target tables.
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What about this file in your \megatune2.25 directory? Although that looks like it's just for lamba values.

WBlambda100MOT.inc


there is also a copy in your MegaTune2.25\mtCfg directory.

just reread your first post and see you already edited that file. did you get both copies? maybe try throwing a copy in your car/mtcfg directory
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What about this file in your \megatune2.25 directory? Although that looks like it's just for lamba values.

WBlambda100MOT.inc


there is also a copy in your MegaTune2.25\mtCfg directory.

just reread your first post and see you already edited that file. did you get both copies? maybe try throwing a copy in your car/mtcfg directory
Hmmm.. I don't have one in my megatune 2.25 directory.. I wonder if that will fix it?

EDIT: NOPE!!!

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Just to clarify. Your gauge can display in volts and so can MT/TSMS?
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Volts works great in both, and is what I am doing now. But I would really like to use AF ratio
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Oh, well while it is nice for them both to match the reading on the AFR gauge in MT impacts nothing. It's not recorded in the log or anything.
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