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Icon1 N55 3rd gear pull Log Need Help - 06-08-2015, 08:37 PM

Hi everyone,
Just pull the first log from my jb4 and need you guys to check see if the setup is healthy or not. 2011 E92 M-sport N55, Jb4 ISO 5.8 map2, 5" step Intercooler, charge pipe and A/C ON. Outside air 95F, Charged air 125F. pump91 Gas. Default setup from DWP to Fuel Open loop> 70-25-60-84-70.
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Default 06-08-2015, 08:41 PM

can you post the raw CSV file?


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can you post the raw CSV file?
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Default 06-08-2015, 08:56 PM

major misfire, needs new plugs!

also you need to get FF wires since you are on poor quality fuel...
and with that you should only run map 1


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Default 06-08-2015, 09:23 PM

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major misfire, needs new plugs!

also you need to get FF wires since you are on poor quality fuel...
and with that you should only run map 1
Thanks Checkered,
My questions is BMW plugs are only 5k miles new. Do I need FF wires even I run pump gas only? I will switch to map1 and get another log tomorrow for you to compare and review.
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Default 06-08-2015, 10:09 PM

yes FF wires will give you move flexibility on the fuel as well as show fuel trims and HPFP in the logs so we can see how the car is doing.


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Default 06-09-2015, 12:20 PM

Agreed, map 1 is probably bets for you at this time given the fuel you are running.

IAT's aren't helping with that either.



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Agreed, map 1 is probably bets for you at this time given the fuel you are running.

IAT's aren't helping with that either.
Thanks Steve, Will switch to Map1 and pull a log for you guys. I just order the Flex fuel wires and found a question when read through the install instruction.
Those 2 Green wires need to be cut are number? and number? from the AMP connector? On the instruction you have #1 to #25, can you point it out the numbers so I can pin point those greens? Thanks in advance!
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Default 06-10-2015, 08:21 AM

I'm sorry, I don't have those pin numbers...but when you do it, feel free to post them.
Just verify they are coming from the TMAP connector.

If you have a problem with it, let me know and I'll investigate further.

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Starting from few months ago. My emergency light indicator (turn signal both left and right) will keep on and wont go away when I start the car. I need to turn off the car and instant restart to let the lights go off. no matter ISO_XX flash will have the same problem. anyone know what's going on? Is there something wrong with my JB4 board? Please help!
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Starting from few months ago. My emergency light indicator (turn signal both left and right) will keep on and wont go away when I start the car. I need to turn off the car and instant restart to let the lights go off. no matter ISO_XX flash will have the same problem. anyone know what's going on? Is there something wrong with my JB4 board? Please help!
Did you check your shift light setting? Could be set really low making it always on.
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Did you check your shift light setting? Could be set really low making it always on.
Checked is set to off on "0". This problem happen on every cold start. That will go away if I turn the engine off and restart it again right the way.
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Try setting it to 7 and see if that does it. Nothing else should cause the hazards to stay on solid.



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Try setting it to 7 and see if that does it. Nothing else should cause the hazards to stay on solid.
Thanks for the advice that fix the problem. Just notice that set it to 0 will not turn this function off and thats why causing me this problem.
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