Check Power and GND and Communications
Leaving your ignition modules and injectors disconnected, power up the ECU by turning on the vehicle's Ignition power. Check that the ECU is powered up and that you are able to communicate with the ECU using a laptop running Elite Software ...
Checking Crank and Cam Angle Sensors
Check for RPM. With your trigger set-up correctly, cranking the engine should produce an RPM figure in the 80 – 300 RPM range depending on your engine. Make sure that the RPM reading is stable while cranking. If the RPM signal shows "0" or the signal ...
Initial ECU Setup
Your Elite Pro Plug-in Series ECU has been shipped in a default state. It will NOT start your vehicle without ESP configuration. Please follow the steps below to ensure you upload the correct map, set your vehicle variant and calibrate your ...
Check Engine Light
The Check Engine Light (CEL) function is used to display a light or warning to the driver that an error or fault condition exists in the Elite ECU. If the Knock Detection function is enabled it can also be configured to flash the CEL when the engine ...
Vehicle Speed Sensors
Vehicle Speed Sensors (VSS) can be used with your Elite ECU for multiple purposes. Besides datalogging, vehicle speed sensors are used for Fuel and Ignition Tuning, Traction Control, Idle Control, Boost Control, Gear Detection, and many other ...