Hondata not reading wideband via ELD

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Post by ocase22 »

deafy wrote:Still unable to get ahold of a laptop to do any troubleshooting.
I had a similar issue, mine was just solid green.. Where are your grounds? Your diagram above doesnt even mention where they are. Hope this helps.

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My grounds are fine. I switched the wideband wire to stock o2 sensor wire for the time being and it works perfect. It just shows solid green if its hooked up to ELD wire.
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What ecu are you using? Have you changed the settings in the software?

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Spunkster wrote:What ecu are you using? Have you changed the settings in the software?
He said he cut the ELD wire, does that mean he still needs to disable ELD in Smanager? I would assume not just checking..

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ocase22 wrote:
Spunkster wrote:What ecu are you using? Have you changed the settings in the software?
He said he cut the ELD wire, does that mean he still needs to disable ELD in Smanager? I would assume not just checking..
Yes, you MUST disable it in the software.

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I'm using p72 ecu. I checked readings with ELD enabled and disabled, I have changed settings to read from d10 and etc. Green 0.00 all the way. I used the LM-1 voltage settings for both d10 and stock o2 wiring, 1v=10 AFR, 2v=20 AFR.
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Are you sure that you have properly located D10...and have not accidentally wired it to the wrong position

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I'm almost positive it was wired to the proper location. My manual states ELD is the red/green wire on the D-clip and I traced it through the conversion harness to D10 on the p72.
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2000 Insight - k20z3 swap, pt6262, e85. 508whp@19psi.

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