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Hello, new member here and new owner of JB4. Can you kindly look at my map 1 readings and see if they're fine.

Dumb question, but how do you know if you've installed the fuel wires correctly? Can you see it in the readings? I installed the plug and play cables and did a bit of hack and slash job on the wires to add quick disconnects.

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Indeed I tried to disable it and it didn't work.
(I panicked and reverted to version 9 lol)
Then you'll have to redo all your settings again for the scaling change.


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Hello, new member here and new owner of JB4. Can you kindly look at my map 1 readings and see if they're fine.

Dumb question, but how do you know if you've installed the fuel wires correctly? Can you see it in the readings? I installed the plug and play cables and did a bit of hack and slash job on the wires to add quick disconnects.

Thanks

|Denso @ 0.022|CAI|91 octane|v11_3|not sure what my elevation is
Log looks OK. You can check the fuel wire performance via the fuel trims. If they are dropping as fuel enrichment goes up, and relatively close together, your fuel wires are working properly.
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Log looks OK. You can check the fuel wire performance via the fuel trims. If they are dropping as fuel enrichment goes up, and relatively close together, your fuel wires are working properly.
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