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Old 06-27-2017, 02:13 AM   #1
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Speed density and maf issues

Each time we try to run speed density for my TT setup the computer continues to use the maf calibration to add fuel and I go pig rich 30%. We command the maf to be off but it still reads and adjusts for it.
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Old 06-27-2017, 08:46 AM   #2
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Engine Diagnostics > Airflow > Mass Airflow Sensor > MAF Frequency Fail High = 2
Engine Diagnostics > Airflow > Mass Airflow Sensor > MAF Frequency Fail Low = 1
Engine Diagnostics > DTC > P0101, P0102 & P0103 = Mil on Second Error

Engine > Airflow > General > MAF Calibration = zeroing out your whole table
Engine > Airflow > Dynamic > Dynamic Airflow > High RPM Disable = 8,192
Engine > Airflow > Dynamic > Dynamic Airflow > Re-enable = 8,000
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