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safc problem

Old 04-05-2004, 12:12 AM
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I have a problem with my safc...i am using 440cc injectors on my b16 for my turbo setup. I just got the engine rebuilt and have not broken it in yet, well because i cant until this problem is fixed, It is wired up properlly and if i reset ecu the safc works fine. I have the fuel tunred down so it can idle properly with out flooding the cylinders and it works fine. But after 20 seconds after the car is warmed up it throws a check engine light and the car starts flooding...its throwing the code of map sensor pressure too high. But what i dont understand is how it can work fine for about 20 sec then just cut the safc off and start flooding the cylinders. I am using on an OBD2b ecu in my 2000 civic si. Can anyone help
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Old 04-05-2004, 12:36 AM
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You have to make sure the SAFC sensor settings are correct. I think the sensor number needs to be 6 in 6 out, 4 cylinders, throttle /, etc... I bet if you go over all your settings you should be fine.
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