Okay! Got my scanner woohoo right?
On my way to get the scanner it ran flawlessly No stalling and it actually was fast. Before I left I decided to see if it would start cold without the o2 in and idle good. And well it did it started up right away and idled normally
Little did I know when I got the scanner hooked up I looked over the codes and there were tps ones and a maf one and the o2 one well those I had unhooked at one point. So I clear all of them and start driving. Checked again, maf code still there. hmmm. Also the reading was stuck at 2.43 or something I got all excited thinking it was the maf all along.
Btw I raced a challenger omw home onto the on ramp and I gave him the jump off the line I feather it through first and hit it in second sliding left and right (very cold out) and finally pass him at the top of second and third.
Well I got home and popped the hood (low and behold in my drunken slumber last night must have disconnected it to see what happened and never plugged in back in. but it ran good without it plugged in
So I plugged it back in and recorded the scanner with my camera(sorry not as good as datalogging but close)
So here it is at idle all sensors hooked up
Also the o2's when I hold it at 2000 I think
Long term trim 1 at -7 is a little weird right?
Tps is as low as it will go with the throttle opened up that much and it should be higher so the iac won't be at 60ish
This one shows when I rev anywhere below 1500 rpm the rpm start dropping and then if I let off it will die if don't give it some throttle
I hope someone will watch these videos and see something I don't
Ill maybe take some more "data logs" lol when I go to my buddies house tonight
Or sooner if someone requests certain info under load or whatever it might be,
Whoops I guess it decided to post. Will post the videos as soon as youtube has uploaded them
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