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Turboedit, pm6 and vtec....?

Old 07-12-2005, 05:20 PM
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Default Turboedit, pm6 and vtec....?

So i've searched and searched and asked questions about the compatibility of a pm6, TE and vtec activation.... per Gimpy Accords thread on pgmfi.org ( http://forum.pgmfi.org/viewtopic.php?t=3292 I put a mechanical relay off the AC output of the ECU...

I know TE is working to activate this because it'll clickclickclickclick away on activation... which doesn't activate vtec, but does show the mech relay is being triggered.

When i make the changes outlined in Gimpys thread to disable the AC clutch code fighting itself... the car won't run.

So my BIG question.... has anyone with a pm6 gotten it working successfully? I'm using TE 2.5.5 and NG60.
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:27 PM
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Default Re: Turboedit, pm6 and vtec....?

OK, lets break this down... one step at a time.. you're confusing me by saying it's working, but it's not?!

Stock PM6...

Using A/C output instead of PS9 "automatic" output...

You're using A) stock A/C "red wire" from harness of car previously equipped with A/C or B) a 30amp relay..

Using a manual 12v switch on VTEC activates the solenoid?

Using TE does not?
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Old 07-13-2005, 01:35 PM
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Default Re: Turboedit, pm6 and vtec....?

All fixed now... Basically it was one of the hex changes from Gimpy Accords post that didn't work on my pm6. Check the above thread for more info at the end of it.

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