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Default 07-15-2020, 08:43 AM

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Im still getting the 0299 error.

Both logs were map 6. Try map 1
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Default 07-15-2020, 09:55 AM

Can anyone from bms do a quick analysis on my runs posted on the last page and answer questions?
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Terry, I think the box was just super hot after installing it during afternoon sun. I went for a few runs and it was not as hot. Still would like to know if you can switch maps while parked/idle. Also, same question as above, I want to be using map2 in beta v5 and not map3 correct? I thought you revised it or something because of the errors but maybe that was corrected with beta v5. Here are my files, 93oct, 83degF, map 0 & 2 (no errors so far):
Switch maps whenever you'd like, even mid race.

Map3 is a more aggressive map than map2. If map2 is running well you can always try it!

Map2 log seems OK to me.
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Im still getting the 0299 error.
At what timestamp/condition in the log is it coming up?


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At what timestamp/condition in the log is it coming up?
If Im reading this right. 515
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Default 07-15-2020, 06:19 PM

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Switch maps whenever you'd like, even mid race.

Map3 is a more aggressive map than map2. If map2 is running well you can always try it!

Map2 log seems OK to me.
Thanks! Liking it so far. Another dumb question but I don't have to stay connected to the jb4 with my phone for it to continue to work with a map right? Also, is there a way to use the app without gps permissions? It seems like it forces it on for it to work for me.

The revised map2 was intended to work for people with the w05 recall correct? And map3 is just the old version of it?

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Default 07-18-2020, 10:18 AM

Terry, I really need help diagnosing whatever issues Im having. Im still getting 0299 codes on Map's 1, 2, 3 and 6 and primarily when its hot outside or when the car is hot.
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Default 07-18-2020, 01:29 PM

If you need individual tech support you'll want to email in the details as I'm not able to check the forums daily. terry@burgertuning.com But if you're getting under boost faults on every map then there is likely some deficiency with the car itself leaking boost or not generating as much as other cars are able to. Send in a log of the fault coming up on map1.


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Default 07-18-2020, 03:27 PM

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If you need individual tech support you'll want to email in the details as I'm not able to check the forums daily. terry@burgertuning.com But if you're getting under boost faults on every map then there is likely some deficiency with the car itself leaking boost or not generating as much as other cars are able to. Send in a log of the fault coming up on map1.
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Default 07-21-2020, 04:05 PM

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Switch maps whenever you'd like, even mid race.

Map3 is a more aggressive map than map2. If map2 is running well you can always try it!

Map2 log seems OK to me.
You say Map 3 is more aggressive than Map 2...how much more aggressive is it?
So far map 2 has been working great, Iíd like to try 3.
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Default 07-21-2020, 04:12 PM

I have a '17 with w05 recall and I've been running map3 for a few days no problems. It seemed to add a couple more psi of boost at the top over map2. I'll try to post a reading soon.
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Default 07-21-2020, 05:31 PM

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I have a '17 with w05 recall and I've been running map3 for a few days no problems. It seemed to add a couple more psi of boost at the top over map2. I'll try to post a reading soon.
Try doing some WOT runs. Say 0-80mph with constant full throttle.
Most of us got a cel doing it.

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Default 07-21-2020, 08:57 PM

Yeah I actually did get a CEL with it, guess I hadn't gone full wot before. I wasn't able to pull the code for some reason though. Hopefully Terry can get around to correcting it sometime?
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Yeah I actually did get a CEL with it, guess I hadn't gone full wot before. I wasn't able to pull the code for some reason though. Hopefully Terry can get around to correcting it sometime?
Use map 2 then.
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Default 07-22-2020, 10:56 AM

With the JB4 we try to make as much safe power as the factory flash maps will allow us to make. In terms of getting around the under boost fault for higher targets up top we may be able to do that down the road by adding in an additional wastegate connection to the harness. But it's not something we've looked at yet.


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Default 07-30-2020, 06:54 PM

I’ve been running Map 3 for a couple weeks now. Just tonight I floored it on an on-ramp going onto the highway. It threw a CEL, went into limp mode and gave some warning about the throttle body.

Back to Map 2 I guess.

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I was running the v5 map 2 with no issues but in 95 degree heat i did a lane pass to 120mph and ... limp mode. Darn. Not really safe so in back in map 1.

If anyone can get a car to terry it would be GREAT if we could test a wastegate harness to get direct control on boost and eliminate these underboost issues.

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I was running the v5 map 2 with no issues but in 95 degree heat i did a lane pass to 120mph and ... limp mode. Darn. Not really safe so in back in map 1.

If anyone can get a car to terry it would be GREAT if we could test a wastegate harness to get direct control on boost and eliminate these underboost issues.

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I had the throttle control CEL today on map2 as well. It was a wot but first time for that to happen on map2. Cloudy humid day in the 80s, no log though.
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I don’t know if it’s considered a “fix” or not, but ever since I installed the Go Fast Bits diverter valve, I haven’t had any CELs since (knock on wood) Even put it back to Map 3.
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I donít know if itís considered a ďfixĒ or not, but ever since I installed the Go Fast Bits diverter valve, I havenít had any CELs since (knock on wood) Even put it back to Map 3.
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Yesterday I did a hard pull on v5 Map 2, car felt strong, I felt the gear changes where a little bit jerky, and when reached the 90 mph the car threw a warning: "Service Electronic Throttle Control" and the auto start/stop came unavailable, but NO CEL/MIL. After 2 seconds from the warning car went into limb mode. I always carry my OBDII scanner and the code it had was P0244 "Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A-Range/Performance". After deleting the code, car came out of limb mode and switched to v5 Map 1. I will include the log
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Yesterday I did a hard pull on v5 Map 2, car felt strong, I felt the gear changes where a little bit jerky, and when reached the 90 mph the car threw a warning: "Service Electronic Throttle Control" and the auto start/stop came unavailable, but NO CEL/MIL. After 2 seconds from the warning car went into limb mode. I always carry my OBDII scanner and the code it had was P0244 "Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A-Range/Performance". After deleting the code, car came out of limb mode and switched to v5 Map 1. I will include the log
No obvious issue in low, might be typical under boost fault we've seen on higher maps in this thread.


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