Idle speed motor

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Idle speed motor

Postby jus4loks » Thu Sep 27, 2007 7:41 am

have a is300 with E6x and i have 3 labtops none with a db9 conection will usb/db9 cable work? running xp on all labtops whats the procedure in setting up the ism with a tps? please help

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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby HaltechMatt » Fri Sep 28, 2007 2:29 am

Installing USB to Serial Communications Port Adaptor:

Install USB to serial adaptor device driver from the product installation CDROM provided with the adaptor. Once the driver has been installed you will have to make sure the Haltech ECU software (Halwin or HalwinX) is setup to read from the same COM Port that the adaptor has installed itself as.

The following guide will help you through the process, with the USB to serial adaptor plugged into a USB port.

Using Windows XP

1 - Select MY COMPUTER, under the Start Menu.

2 - Select SYSTEM icon.

3 - Select HARDWARE tab.

4 - Select DEVICE MANAGER button.

5 - Open PORTS(COM&LPT), and select the USB-to-Serial Comm Port.

6 - Select PORT SETTINGS tab.

7 - Click ADVANCED button.

8 - Under Com Port Number, select Com1, as long as not already in use (any com port 1-4 can be used, just be sure to select the same com port when setting up the Halwin software).

9 - Click OK.


Using HalwinX V1.26:

Open HalwinX 1.26.

Under SETUP on task bar, select COM PORT SET UP.

Under Port, Select COM1 (or whatever you have selected in your device manager in step 8).

Click Apply and then OK

Close down HalwinX and restart the software, you should now be able to communicate and go online with your Haltech ECU.


Using Halwin V1.62:

Open Halwin V1.62.

Under SETUP on task bar, select PROGRAM SET UP.

Select EDIT COM PORT DETAILS tab.

Under PORT, Select COM1 (or whatever you have selected in your device manager in step 8).

Click Apply and then OK

Close down Halwin and restart the software, you should now be able to communicate and go online with your Haltech ECU.

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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby kasmankk » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:16 pm

ism..
do you have a write up to setup the ism correctly?
my car still idles like @#$% especially when the aircond kicks in. TPS should read 0% while idling right? to do this, i have offset the TPS min value quite a bit, if not the values will be running between 2% to 3%. Is this the right way to do it?

I've set the idle speed to 1150rpms and running rich to make the car idles without dying when aircond is on. Fuel consumption is already very high.
I did try the close-loop-o2. it does help a little , but not all the times. Engine still dies one a while normally during deceleration to a complete stop or changing gears.

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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby kasmankk » Tue Oct 30, 2007 1:58 am

anyone out there can help me ??
lumpy idle.
FYI, im using evo3 throttle body together with its idle stepper motor.
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby HaltechScott » Tue Oct 30, 2007 2:18 pm

You could post a screen shot of your idle control setup ande we may be able to offer some tips.
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby kasmankk » Wed Oct 31, 2007 12:25 am

HaltechScott wrote:You could post a screen shot of your idle control setup ande we may be able to offer some tips.


Here you go.
idlestepermotorsetup.jpg


Appreciate your help. Tq
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby HaltechScott » Wed Oct 31, 2007 1:55 pm

try bringing up your minimum positions. Does the idle come up if you set the min cold and min warm values to 100 ?
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby kasmankk » Thu Nov 01, 2007 12:22 am

HaltechScott wrote:try bringing up your minimum positions. Does the idle come up if you set the min cold and min warm values to 100 ?

yes, it went up. that opened the valve max position, right?
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby HaltechScott » Thu Nov 01, 2007 1:55 pm

thats right, now set you min positions about 3-5% below actually changing the idle.
set the open positions at where you want the engine to idle.
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby Chemicalblue » Wed Feb 06, 2008 7:51 am

Is there any way to get the haltech idle air control to "not " increase the idle after revving the engine?
Every time i tap the pedal the idle raises to 2500 and holds for ten seconds and then returns to the normal set idle.
I followed the set up instructions and tried several changes with no luck.
Tnx in advance.

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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby vamian » Sun Feb 10, 2008 7:59 am

START LOWERING TO THE HOT OPEN POSITION UNTIL IT STOPS DOING IT.
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Re: Idle speed motor

Postby bavbim_760il » Tue Feb 12, 2008 1:05 pm

hei kasmank....

try my set up will ya....

good luck
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