As I understand it, you likely wouldn't throw a code immediately for something like a missing gas cap. The system is always checking and measuring certain parameters, building a history to compare against. That's also why it may take some time and a few ignition cycles to eliminate certain CEL codes as well (if the ECU is not manually reset).
I have purchased an extra T4 ECU to play with, but it is not behaving as I would expect. I understood the part to be a stock ECU to be for a stock 2005 Elise. The externally labeled part number is A120E0005F.
What car/application could this have come from?
Here is the strange behavior: when I...
I have a built engine 06 Exige with Lysholm 1.6L blower thats running an EFI Technology 1.2 standalone system. Can anyone recommend some reliable tuning sources? I talked to the local dyno shop here (San Antonio Texas) but he says they are to busy to take on a new project, and that...
Would this ODB2 simulator allow someone with a standalone ECU to pass an OBD2 emissions test?:
They sell other products here, would any of them work better?:
Has anyone seen anything similar/better...
last year i fitted the SSC TVS1320 kit and ECU to my Exige S240 , the car ran fine for several thousands kilometers
back in may, i noticed i lost compression in 1 cylinder, it was to forge the engine
i installed new Mahle pistons changing the CR from stock 11.5:1 to 9.0:1
Is there a way, on a pre 2008 Elise or Exige to perform a DIY ECU dump WITHOUT buying the proprietary scan tool? Any fancy OBD scanners, hacks, etc?
I've spent (too much) time on the forum and Google trying to get a definitive, final answer to this question, but am not convinced. I'm sorry...