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Re: "translate" this please

Postby OdinEidolon » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:10 am

Fuse wrote:
OdinEidolon wrote:Oh sorry then! :roll:
what is the exact difference? Limping is when the engine power and revs are cut drastically, safe mode is when the engine is shut down because of some problems?


According to my experience, yes, its quite that.

Never happened with your engine? I only eard this engine off situation on PSA's, but i talk more with persons who drive PSA's ;)


I had my engine cut off abruptly once, probably because of a blocked injector. But never had limp mode.

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby OdinEidolon » Thu Apr 26, 2012 9:13 am

skywallker wrote:is it possible to make safe mod in fact tuned mod?this way it would be possible to switch to tuned mode(safe mode) during driving with just one switch(power for maf example) :D


I do not understand what you mean. It is possible to solder two chips on the same board and have a switch between them. You can have a low fuel consumption map on one and a high performance map on another for example.

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby ecuedit » Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:11 am

It was possible on old ECUs with old small number of pins on chip. There was pin that was supplied with 12V and you could put switch between...on old ecu :)

I do not know the one single example that someone did it like this on newest ecus :lol: .

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby OdinEidolon » Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:38 am

ecuedit wrote:It was possible on old ECUs with old small number of pins on chip. There was pin that was supplied with 12V and you could put switch between...on old ecu :)

I do not know the one single example that someone did it like this on newest ecus :lol: .


I do know of someone offering this service on Bosch EDC15C2s in Italy.

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby skywallker » Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:55 pm

what i ment is that make limp mode more powerful than normal mode :D
it is possible to solder 2 pieces 29f400(or 200) and and make switch between vcc(voltage) pins but i dont know will it work.
maybe i try it :lol:

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby OdinEidolon » Mon Apr 30, 2012 8:49 am

skywallker wrote:what i ment is that make limp mode more powerful than normal mode :D
it is possible to solder 2 pieces 29f400(or 200) and and make switch between vcc(voltage) pins but i dont know will it work.
maybe i try it :lol:


In Italy a tuner called GoriMotors does it.

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby Rocket » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:23 pm

Hi all,

Please cN someone tell me what DK LDRA means ?
Also I have received a damos, and imported it into WINOLS, and created a map pack, however the German words 'maximalFuellung LDR bei E_ido uberladefehler' --please can someone tell me what This translates to - google gives me "maximalfuellung ldr at e_ldo over charging errors"

What are the following , found in the Hyundai EDC15 posted on the forum.

ASCET bypass
FUN-S
ADF channel
CARB
AGD
VAR-S
RPC
KUN-S
FCO
EAB/EKP
AHO
AT1
AT2
M_EFAHR
KLM
HFM
LLR fuel quantity
IDV
KRI
KTF
LMM
PGS
ZHR
IWZ-A

Sorry for all the requests, but this is what's inside the file......

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby Rocket » Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:27 pm

Geesh posted this weeks ago - honestly no one knownwhat these values or acronyms mean?

Surely one of the more advanced guys know this? Please help - WINOLS is showing me these in a map pack I purchased in German, which I translated, but obviously the acronyms remain the same, as above.

I would love to know what all these mean if anyone knows.

Thanks

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby booster103 » Sat Nov 03, 2012 4:50 am

Rocket wrote:Geesh posted this weeks ago - honestly no one knownwhat these values or acronyms mean?

Surely one of the more advanced guys know this? Please help - WINOLS is showing me these in a map pack I purchased in German, which I translated, but obviously the acronyms remain the same, as above.

I would love to know what all these mean if anyone knows.

Thanks

Hello,
There is a software called "KP Translator" that allows you to translate everything. On Youtube you will explain how you use it for files damos German translated into English. I have not managed to find "KP Translator" on the web, but if you arrive there you, do not hesitate to share ...

Cordially.

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Re: "translate" this please

Postby obdflasher » Fri Nov 16, 2012 5:37 am

Rocket wrote:Hi all,

Please cN someone tell me what DK LDRA means ?
Also I have received a damos, and imported it into WINOLS, and created a map pack, however the German words 'maximalFuellung LDR bei E_ido uberladefehler' --please can someone tell me what This translates to - google gives me "maximalfuellung ldr at e_ldo over charging errors"

What are the following , found in the Hyundai EDC15 posted on the forum.

ASCET bypass
FUN-S
ADF channel
CARB
AGD
VAR-S
RPC
KUN-S
FCO
EAB/EKP
AHO
AT1
AT2
M_EFAHR
KLM
HFM
LLR fuel quantity
IDV
KRI
KTF
LMM
PGS
ZHR
IWZ-A

Sorry for all the requests, but this is what's inside the file......


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