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Default 05-13-2020, 07:45 AM

Take a pic of the connector plug where you added the wires please
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Default 05-14-2020, 04:54 PM

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Take a pic of the connector plug where you added the wires please
Sorry the weather delayed the pics but here we are. I've checked everything multiple times so I dont think I'm wrong but I hope so.
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Default 05-16-2020, 12:59 PM

So an update on my issue. I undid everything and checked continuity on the wires to the pin and from the pin to the board. Everything checked out.

I put it all back in today and no CEL and the car seems to be running fine, but the JB4 is again showing error code 2588(No Description) after it had went away. I deleted it and its immediately back. Running the default values from the install instructions, beta v16 JB4, Map2, option 5 is currently off.

Heres a log that looks fine I think (log novice), how can I tell if the EWG wires are doing their job and how can I determine the cause of my error code?
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Default 05-16-2020, 02:15 PM

The log itself looks OK as do the photos from what I can see.

I'm sure your fault is somehow related but not sure on the cause, maybe undo the wastegate side one at a time to see if you can isolate the fault to one side or the other. While doing that good idea to check the wires on the EWG connectors to ensure nothing appears loose.


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Default 05-16-2020, 04:32 PM

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So an update on my issue. I undid everything and checked continuity on the wires to the pin and from the pin to the board. Everything checked out.

I put it all back in today and no CEL and the car seems to be running fine, but the JB4 is again showing error code 2588(No Description) after it had went away. I deleted it and its immediately back. Running the default values from the install instructions, beta v16 JB4, Map2, option 5 is currently off.

Heres a log that looks fine I think (log novice), how can I tell if the EWG wires are doing their job and how can I determine the cause of my error code?
Check the connectors that goes on the wastegate it self the wired could back out. It happen to me.
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How did you route the wires?
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Default 05-17-2020, 03:00 PM

Hey Terry @ BMS, got the EWG wires installed, currently set to defaults, v16 / map7 (wmi). Can you take a look at the log and let me know if it looks good to you? Felt like a good run. Any adjustments you'd like to see?
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Default 05-17-2020, 03:28 PM

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Hey Terry @ BMS, got the EWG wires installed, currently set to defaults, v16 / map7 (wmi). Can you take a look at the log and let me know if it looks good to you? Felt like a good run. Any adjustments you'd like to see?
EWG is disabled in the log by turning options bit5 on.

Boost is plenty high as is though, if anything may want to use EWG to dial down boost. But let's start with a log with EWG enabled.


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Default 05-20-2020, 10:46 AM

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The wires are in the right spots, with blue/purple on the drivers side going to 19/9 and the passengers blue/purple going to 14/8. I checked to make sure the connectors were fully seated and updated to firmware beta 16. The problem still persists, does anyone know what the code 2588 showing on JB4 refers to? It relates to just the driver side or passenger side that may help me track the issue. Bit 5 is still on and I was still in map0, tonight Im going to take it all back out and test the wires with a meter for continuity.

No accusation intended, just asking if there is a schematic for the wires going to the plugs so I can check that too.

Hi terry.

Just want to double check to were the wires pins are to be connected to since He stated

"blue/purple on the drivers side going to 19/9 and the passengers blue/purple going to 14/8."

Pictures on the install show it to be in different positions? Just to make sure I install them properly. Thank you
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Default Installed EWG - 05-22-2020, 06:16 AM

Hi Terry,

Wanted to see if you could check out this log. Did 3 logs, but they all got combined some how when I went to look at them. I installed the EWG wires 2 days ago.

Mods: Intakes, Primary *********, 91/ e30mix and throttle controler.

Log 1: was on Map4 Didn't feel boost rather was hitting how it should.
Log 2: Map 3 same didn't feel boost target hit. (Manual boost gauge showed 15-16psi.
Log 3: Map 3 also. Adjusted my boost line and it felt way better than the first 2 logs.
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Default 05-22-2020, 10:02 AM

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Hi Terry,

Wanted to see if you could check out this log. Did 3 logs, but they all got combined some how when I went to look at them. I installed the EWG wires 2 days ago.

Mods: Intakes, Primary *********, 91/ e30mix and throttle controler.

Log 1: was on Map4 Didn't feel boost rather was hitting how it should.
Log 2: Map 3 same didn't feel boost target hit. (Manual boost gauge showed 15-16psi.
Log 3: Map 3 also. Adjusted my boost line and it felt way better than the first 2 logs.
You left app in raw sample mode for some reason but data itself looks fine. Boost is on target. ~19psi on map3. You can raise FF up to 60 if you want a little more WGDC action.
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Default 05-22-2020, 10:11 AM

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You left app in raw sample mode for some reason but data itself looks fine. Boost is on target. ~19psi on map3. You can raise FF up to 60 if you want a little more WGDC action.
I will go ahead and raise up FF to 60 and post some logs either today or tomorrow.
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Default 05-24-2020, 08:36 AM

Just install the connectors according to your picture set up the jb4 to v14 and still something is wrong the turbo doesn’t sound the same and i have engine code everytime i restart the car
A little help please thanks
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Just install the connectors according to your picture set up the jb4 to v14 and still something is wrong the turbo doesn’t sound the same and i have engine code everytime i restart the car
A little help please thanks
Update to v17 firmware. V14 requires a WMI page bit setting.


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Default please hlep.... - 05-25-2020, 11:16 AM

im check and check and check

ewg setup is perfact.

firmware v17 and v16 and v15 all used

code 2564
code 2588

always ......

bit5 on also creat code....

what is this?

and then turbo sound is loud.. like open air intake

im use oem air intake..

please help...
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Default 05-26-2020, 06:07 PM

For those few mostly Korean cars who have EWG startup codes that clear allowing normal operation, I suspect the issue is due to a delay or variance in the JB4 boot up speed.

Thought of something to try and loaded it in v17_t3 firmware just now. Load and evaluate if it makes any difference. Also, let me know what date you received the JB4 as there were variances in the JB4 boot up firmware that may explain the difference.
Older systems had a small extra delay.


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Default 05-28-2020, 06:21 AM

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You left app in raw sample mode for some reason but data itself looks fine. Boost is on target. ~19psi on map3. You can raise FF up to 60 if you want a little more WGDC action.

Hi Terry, I raised the FF up to 60 and I kept overboosting on every hard pull I would attempt. Would have to restart the car every single time. So i lowered it to 55 and still seem to overboost. Here's one log. I forgot to record another log I attempted.
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Issue is fuel pressure crashing. Probably need to drop down to map2 on this E85 mix.
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Issue is fuel pressure crashing. Probably need to drop down to map2 on this E85 mix.

To much e85? I put 5 gallons on an empty tank mixed with 91.
I will send another log on map 2. Should I raise the FF to 60 or leave it at 55? Thank you for the feedback Terry. Any way to set up a custom map for map 6?
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Default 05-28-2020, 08:11 AM

You can monitor your fuel pressure and go from there. FF can stay as is. As I said before turn off raw sampling in the app it makes the logs harder to read, we only use that for specific diagnostic tests.


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For those few mostly Korean cars who have EWG startup codes that clear allowing normal operation, I suspect the issue is due to a delay or variance in the JB4 boot up speed.

Thought of something to try and loaded it in v17_t3 firmware just now. Load and evaluate if it makes any difference. Also, let me know what date you received the JB4 as there were variances in the JB4 boot up firmware that may explain the difference.
Older systems had a small extra delay.
Terry,

I tried this firmware. I still have to restart my engine every time I start up in order to let the EWG wires work correctly.
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I tried this firmware. I still have to restart my engine every time I start up in order to let the EWG wires work correctly.
And what date did you receive your JB4 from us?


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I also have two reports of people that tried it and it didn't fix the problem.
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And what date did you receive your JB4 from us?
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Email me your address and let's try a new 2580 chip for the JB4 board.


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