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Please contact me. I am ready to purchase a RTv2 with all the latest whizbang features. Do I need to contact you or Dave in order to get this rolling? I also no longer have a core, so I can provide $$$ to cover core purchase.
Let me know when we can make this happen. Should have the car back in my possession in a few weeks and will need an ECU for it once I get the motor back together.
Have the order form already, thanks. I've had the RT rev.0/1 previously, and just sold it.
The order form doesn't specify anything in particular ref. Tunercode. Are the B14's shipping with tunercode firmware now? Can you provide a core on my behalf since I don't have any 95~97 cores anymore? If you have a core, please let me know the cost for one. I will also need an ETA on the ECU. I know Calum's really busy with work, so I just need to know when I can expect it.
I'm still working on the B14 code.
I don't have a core either. You might try eBay.
Calum is swamped with work right now. I've been waiting on the results from some testing he was going to do before we release TunerCode for the B13. Hopefully he'll chime in on your ETA question. I know he was in the process of building RTV2s for B14s.
11 Crank angle sensor/circuit (1988 to 1990); Crankshaft position sensor (1991 to 1996)
12 Air flow Meter/circuit open or shorted
13 Cylinder head temperature sensor(Maxima and 300ZX models); all others coolant temperature sensor circuit
14 Vehicle Speed Sensor signal circuit is open
15 Mixture ratio is too lean despite feedback control; fuel injector clogged
21 Ignition signal in the primary circuit is not being entered to the ECU during cranking or tuning
22 Fuel pump circuit (Maxima and 1987 and later 300ZX models); all others idle speed control valve or circuit
23 Idle switch (throttle valve switch) signal circuit open
24 Park/netural switch malfunctioning
25 Idle speed control valve circuit is open or shorted
26 Turbo boost
28 Cooling fan
29 Fuel system rich
31 1984 through 1986 EFI models; Problem in air conditioning system; all other models: ECU internal problem
32 1984 through 1986 EFI models; check starter system. All other models: EGR malfuntion (California models)
33 Oxygen sensor or circuit (300ZX left side) - all other models EGR malfunction
34 Detonation (Knock) sensor
35 Exhaust gas temperature sensor (California models)
36 EGR transducer
37 Closed loop control/front oxygen sensor (Maxima)
41 Maxima and 1984 through 1987 300ZX models; fuel temp sensor circuit. All other models: air temperature sensor circuit
42 1988 and later 300ZX models; fuel temperature sensor circuit; all other models: throttle sensor circuit
43 The mixture ratio is too lean despite feedback control; fuel injector clogged (1987 Sentra only): All others; Throttle position sensor circuit is open or shorted
44 No trouble codes stored in ECU
45 Injector fuel leak (California models only)
51 Fuel injector circuit open (California models only)
53 Oxygen sensor (300ZX right side)
54 Short between automatic transmission control unit(TCU) and ECU
55 Normal engine management system operation is indicated
63 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 6
64 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 5
65 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 4
66 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 3
67 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 2
68 Misfire detected - cylinder no. 1
71 Misfire detected - random
72 Catalytic converter malfunction (right side)
74 EVAP pressure sensor
75 EVAP leak
76 Fuel injection system
77 Rear oxygen sensor
81 Vacuum cut bypass valve
82 Crankshaft sensor
84 Automatic trans-to-fuel injection communication
85 VTC solenoid
87 EVAP canister purge control
91 Front oxygen sensor
95 Crankshaft sensor
98 Coolant temperature sensor
101 Camshaft sensor
103 Park/neutral switch
105 EGR and canister control valve
108 EVAP volume control
so, are you going to be masking all of theses?? or are you going to give us (users) the ability to mask codes on the fly?
prefably.....i would like it that when viewing the codes on a laptop or similar....that there could be a button for any & all codes that are present. to be able to toggle on & off, wheter or not to report it & throw a loight.....
im not sure abou everyone else, but i dont want all those codes masked off the back, just in case i actually have a problem....i would wnat to know about it first, & not just assume all is well
I may have spoken too soon. EGR DTC codes (and others) can be masked off, but rear O2 and crank sensor codes are set by another processor in the ECU. The codes are sent to the main CPU for reporting via consult and MIL, but at this point it does not look like they can be masked off for OBD2 reporting. When I get my B14 ECU back from Calum, I'll test it out and see what happens.