I assume the auto would be the same voltages
Tosh21 wrote:Bear in mind its fly by wire. You have to take the airbox off and push the butterfly by hand to get it to fully open, that's why you get such a low full throttle voltage. If you do adjust it, reset the ecu. I adjusted mine and revs jumped to 4k! had to reset the ecu then give it a couple days driving for it to settle
SilTezza wrote:try calibrating the ecu again.. i use tech stream software to reset mine..
wenguin wrote:Also, i thought it was just exhaust, but the car has the acoustic characteristics of a diesel - anyone know what this might be indicative of?
RS Tom-Hundred wrote:By the way, I found that following the ECU reset procedure on NZ club (pulling the fuses) didn't work on mine and so I generally leave the battery disconnected overnight instead.
I'd also be interested in the coil pack test procedure (just as an extra health check). I know one was replaced in previous ownership as he told me and I have the receipt.wenguin wrote:Also, i thought it was just exhaust, but the car has the acoustic characteristics of a diesel - anyone know what this might be indicative of?
Has it got the original dual mass flywheel fitted or a lightened one? The OE ones can give shakes but I find that my car (with lightened solid ally flywheel & TRD clutch kit) has the same diesel noise at idle. If you put your foot on clutch/put it in gear does it go away? Mine does and find myself sat at traffic lights with foot on clutch a tiny bit (maybe 5mm-10mm) so its not embarrassing! Think its a characteristic of these engines tbh!
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