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    Take a look at my Log

    Hey all,
    Take a look at my log if you have a moment. Not sure what I should be looking for. Notes: dp's, UR intake, fmic, 93oct.

    http://www.datazap.me/u/cannonfodder...log=0&data=1-5


    After I got home I got some weird codes and half engine that I read on the procede (Going to swap it out for a jb4 and flash in the near future). I have changed nothing and it threw these. Weird.

    10900
    10941
    12222
    12544

    I drive the car about 550 miles a week and haven't had it throw a code in the last three years of ownership. At 115K!

    Thanks!

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    You are running crazy lean in the midrange and your fuel trims correspondingly are maxed-out. I didn't look up your CEL codes, but it is likely fuel system shutoff because it cannot get your fueling in check. What map and firmware are you running?
    Change is constant

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    These are the codes:
    10900 Crankshaft sensor, signal
    10941 Intake pressure sensor, re-running
    12222 Fuel pressure after motor stop
    12544 boost-pressure control, deactivation

    I think the codes are related to the crank position sensor.

    I have no idea about the firmware? How do I check that? And the map is Aggressive 9_10 I believe.

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    Scratch that. I found out how to check the firmware. I'll go check now and report back.

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    Okay. Firmware is 111 which I assume is pro5v111 which is the latest. And the map is aggressive v5 9_10.

    So should I try the 7-29 autotuning map? That is the only other new map I can find.

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    I don't know exactly what's wrong but I suspect it is fueling related. The procedecant log LPFP or HPFP (I think you can infer this from another parameter). I haven't used a procede in a long time so I forgot the parameters, unfortunately.
    Change is constant

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    I think I will try resetting adaptations and log again. If I am getting the same lean condition I will try some older procede maps. Looks like I will be ordering a JB sooner than I planned.

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    NOT GOOD! When your car is getting to full boost you are maxing the fuel trims, (i.e. exceeding what your fuel system is able to deliver) and it is causing your car to go dangerously lean.

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    I suspect turning down the boost in the mid range would get everything in check, its odd that your fuel system can support it up top but not in the mid range. What fuel are you running, do you have a backend flash? I also suspect these codes are a product of the tune and the way things are running, It would be worth it to monitor you HPFP after lowering the boost in the mid range of course, just to be safe.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by djpaulie Click here to enlarge
    I suspect turning down the boost in the mid range would get everything in check, its odd that your fuel system can support it up top but not in the mid range. What fuel are you running, do you have a backend flash? I also suspect these codes are a product of the tune and the way things are running, It would be worth it to monitor you HPFP after lowering the boost in the mid range of course, just to be safe.
    Thank you ! I'll try that this weekend !

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    awesome just post up the new logs in here or pm them to me

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