Base tune with Boost Support

Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby Audiophyle » Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:25 am

Ran into a problem, evidently loading the PRB tune has modified the TPS calibration and now I cant get my TPS to read below 9%. The PZD tunes do not contain TPS calibration options so I cannot make adjustments, and I havent touched anything under the hood.

How can I get the TPS calibrated back to read 0% within KTuner?
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Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby KTuner » Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:54 pm

It's loaded into RAM, not saved in the ECU or TPS. The RAM from PRB and PZD are different, so there's no overlap. Try killing power to the ECU to reset it.
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Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby Audiophyle » Fri Nov 09, 2018 4:12 am

A hard ECU reset, never thought to try that. I'll give it a try tomorrow & report back.
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Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby KTuner » Fri Nov 09, 2018 7:40 pm

Hope that helps!
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Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby Audiophyle » Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:17 am

Unfortunately cutting power to the ECU did not fix the TPS issue, it still reads 9% throttle at rest.

What does "Return To Factory" do in the Tuning drop down menu? Can I return the ECU to factory and still upload custom tunes afterward?
And how is returning to factory different than simply uploading the Element's stock tune?

I am wondering if the change in tune platforms (PZD to PRB) changed something that is not changing back when reloading the PZD tune.
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Re: Base tune with Boost Support

Postby KTuner » Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:51 pm

That flashes it to factory state.

There are no remnants left behind when switching from one to another. We had to do this a lot for testing.
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