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 is erratic check the wiring for the trigger is correct.
Once you can go Online with the Elite Software Programmer, the next step is to check the various sensors connected. The easiest to check is the TPS. Move the throttle and check for movement of the TPS signal. Take the opportunity to calibrate your ...
Trigger Wiring (Crank and Cam Angle Sensors)
The most critical sensor on the engine is the engine speed sensor, without this sensor the ECU would not know that the engine is moving and therefore it would never fire a spark nor inject any fuel. The ECU gets information from the crankshaft and ...
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 ...
Cranking Ignition Angle
Cranking Ignition Angle The amount of ignition advance to be used when the RPM is below the Max Cranking RPM value. Up to 3D mapping is available with this table. (Default = Enabled)
With the ignition system now calibrated and firing, enable (and connect if disconnected) the fuel injectors. With fuel enabled, crank your engine and adjust fuel until the engine starts. Adjust your fuel trim and fuel maps at the idle range and load ...