leaning out during idle

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Re: leaning out during idle

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If the fuel pressure is really 45psid then it should look like this
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Re: leaning out during idle

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Awesome I will try that out! I appreciate the help I will load this up and and data log

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Re: leaning out during idle

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Car will not idle with those deadtimes and witty current deadtimes begins to sputter when I lean out the idle

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Re: leaning out during idle

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datalogged idle with me flipping window switches and turning lights on goes much leaner
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Re: leaning out during idle

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The highest I see it went was 1.01, try increasing the voltage below 13.96 by 0.02 and see if that helps with the AF with load.

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Ok will do you think it’s deadtime related?

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I think that should help

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Ok I’ll adjust and log again. I’m not sure if it would help but I was thinking of running direct power to pump through relay

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That is a good thing to always do

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Okay I will do this after work and log the differences I appreciate your help.

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I ran my wideband to the eld connection. I’m wondering if not having eld connection in causing the issue? Can I run ek civic with p28 hondata s300 with eld off ?

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Re: leaning out during idle

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Did you rewire the fuel pump?
Did you increase the dead time below 13 volts?
If so what was the result?
ELD is one of the recommended inputs

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Re: leaning out during idle

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Yes you can leave the ELD disconnected as it is not needed.

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yes hard wired fuel pump and raised number still does same thing.

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I performed an idle relearn to the ecu seems to have corrected the issue.

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