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Default 09-06-2019, 05:28 PM

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Originally Posted by andrew85
Hi Terry,

I have a Flex Sensor and Analyser on the way. I planned to just run it to the JB4, not the factory DME. For these "Flex" maps to work, will they need the e85 signal going to the DME or can it get the reading from the JB4?

I assume there is no issue running the 5v signal wire to both either. So i can install it that way.

Either way i am keen to test. I'll shoot an email through.

Thanks
For us to use MHD's table the signal has to go in to the DME and then the JB4 reads it from the DME via CANbus. We have a setting in the JB4 called DTML FlexFuel input which you select and I have test firmware I can email you that has it activated.


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