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Old 09-03-2019, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can n anyone tell me what would cause my 2byte ecuload (13060.625) and 2byte air flow (6042.33125) and mid fuel trim front (-23 to -25) to be so out of wack.

Happened after reinstalling engine. Does this on 94TT ecu Fed Spec MD192589, swapped in another known working ecu TT same issue and On Chrome ECU.

Car Idles and runs fine but AFR seems jumpy and hard to tune and car smells a little over fueled.

Something is not right and have not been able to figure it out.

Unplug fuse unplug ecu , plug everything back up and as soon as I turn key ignition and check Evoscan those numbers are off without even cranking car.

Can my Taxtrix be bad or is this another issue?

Any help much appreciated!!!!!

Ignore the mapped Scale/Wideband as I unplugged the WideBand and/Boost sensor
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Old 09-03-2019, 11:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What readings do you get with the just the key on but engine off? If the load and air flow numbers are still crazy try unplugging the MAF and see what you get then.
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The Chrome parameters aren't the same on non-Chrome ECUs. You have to use a different .xml file for a stock ROM.
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I used the 3000gt.xml that came with chrome files on chrome. Ill try switching them for the stock ecu, i just never noticed the numbers off. They are also off during turning key to ignition on only.
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