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Old 03-29-2016, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default No Fan, Idle Valve, or Tach

(Zips up flame suit) Alright for the past 2 months or so I've been getting my car running on pre-historic MS1! I got the car running thanks to a lot of people and the car will idle and warm up great (or as good as it can get). Three things due to disappearance of information I cannot seem to figure out. The dash tach (MS has a good signal), which on my 95 has 3 wire coils so it will require a circuit inside the MS.
The idle valve which I have set up according to DIY's website, I've read people have done it others ways too. Whenever plugged in it revs to 2 thousand and doesn't respond to any input whether closed loop or warm up. As well as fan control which I can jump via diagnostics box but not via MS. I've tried putting it on both LED 18 and JS0, am I missing another inside circuit?

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