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Up above there is a picture of the "The Fiat 3 Pin to 16 pin Adapter". Don't mean to sound mean, but if you google that you'll see several places where you can buy one. I think it is a bit hard to document "buy it from here" when those sources change all the time. I bought mine using Amazon, some buy via ebay, other buy from some electrical supply place.
Mods, please make this a sticky, or, add another forum category for useful references such as this.
Yes, the ECU (kill switch) has to be on. You should be in neutral, with the sidestand up.You need to have heard the fuel pump do the 3 second power up.
Thats not correct. The kill switch can be in any position, you don't have to be in neutral, and the sidestand can be up or down. Sensors or switches can be in any state. There does not have to be any prior conditions to connect with GuzziDiag. The only condition is that required is that the engine not be running when you try read or write the map.
Odd. I thought the kill switch and such would cut power to the ECU and it would not talk.
I'm pretty frustrated, but this is par for the course to me... I have never successfully downloaded any program or software or anything on a computer and subsequently been able to get it working.
For the 8V, a TPS value of 4.6 or 4.7 or 4.8 is good. Any of those numbers is normal.Showing 50 in the RPM while the engine is not running is odd, but I wouldn't be concerned.Lambda is switched off in John's map, so there will not be any autolearning.
Well, I have purchased Diag cables direct from China. Yes, they are cheap (at least until our rotten Govt charged tax on o/s purchases! May Harvey Norman rot in hell....) BUT you may not always get what you wish for! regards, Doug
Our 'rotten government' is trying to protect the American worker...� BUY AMERICAN and support our nation and it's work force.Paul
dougo is Australian. He's talking about our rotten government.
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