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Old 11-24-2009, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default The transition from cranking to ASE to Warmup

I have had the problem ever since I installed the MS. The car starts perfectly, but then the rpm slowly drops until the engine stalls, for months I have had to use the throttle to keep it running. It would take about 30 seconds before the high idle kicked in and the rpm would go up to 1500. I have made improvments in the last couple of days by reducing ASE Total time from 25 to 15 and changed the Fixed ASE/MAP time period form 5 to 3. It's better but now I get an up and down rpm change while it goes into fast idle. It's like to does not go into fast idle quick enough. I have attaced a startup log and my msq.
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