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LB.Motoring
09-08-2006, 12:10 AM
So, we are getting no spark..... what so ever. even tho the ignitor chip is checked and all of the coilpacks.... the relays are also fine, and it will just crank, with no spark, no point. Nothing will come out of it. I reset the Power FC thinkin g maybe the settings were super wacked out. The only thing i can figure is the timing is suuuuupppperrr offf, like 180 deg? I mean I get no pop nothing. Im thinking of maybe testing a stock ecu to see if there is something wrong with the FC,

If you have any ideas what it could be I would very much appreciate it.

Thanks guys, I hope to get the knocked out....:hammer:

drift freaq
09-08-2006, 11:35 AM
So, we are getting no spark..... what so ever. even tho the ignitor chip is checked and all of the coilpacks.... the relays are also fine, and it will just crank, with no spark, no point. Nothing will come out of it. I reset the Power FC thinkin g maybe the settings were super wacked out. The only thing i can figure is the timing is suuuuupppperrr offf, like 180 deg? I mean I get no pop nothing. Im thinking of maybe testing a stock ecu to see if there is something wrong with the FC,

If you have any ideas what it could be I would very much appreciate it.

Thanks guys, I hope to get the knocked out....:hammer:
Well check it with the stock ecu. Who did your wiring? I know a friend who wired his car and made a few mistakes but it ran. When he put a powerFC in he got the same deal you did it would not start. He came over and plugged it into my car and it started right up. I know that PowerFC's are finicky about correct wiring. So I would suspect that is what is going on. Anyways Gary at Syko Performance can correct your wiring if it indeed is the issue.

LB.Motoring
09-08-2006, 11:49 PM
thanks, ill try a stock ecu first, just gotta locate a close one >_<

LB.Motoring
09-10-2006, 06:33 PM
If you know of any1 close with a cheap Rb25det Series 1 ECU, that i can purchase cheaply or even like rent? It would help so much!

hybrid_eg
09-10-2006, 06:46 PM
check if you have an engine check light on, if the car just cranks but doesnt want to fire, in the PFC settings make sure your boost controll kit is set to off.. its in japanese characters but that will definiately make it not start :-)

LB.Motoring
09-10-2006, 08:43 PM
that sounds like an idea! Im gonna trry that. Unless, I also have the Boost Kit hooked up, which I do, is that the problem? Shall I try unhooking it and turning it off?

on the PFC I get an ignition error.... but from what, coils and ignitor chip is fine -__-

KA FTW >_<

thanks EG letme know if you have any more help

hybrid_eg
09-11-2006, 01:52 PM
yes you could disconnect the boost kit all together and set the setting to off on PFC.. (route all the vacuum lines the way they should be from the factory) i would do this anyway.. you have to remember if you're doing a swap my suggestion is to get the motor running 100% stock first, the start your modification.. even if its something as minor as a boost controller.. make sure there are no leaks, loose connection, test it out for a good 500-1000 miles then let the games begin (modding wise :-) ) it will be more fun and give you piece of mind.. good luck.. try a stock ECU as well.. that should be the very first thing..

LB.Motoring
09-11-2006, 08:06 PM
Im going to try that, I dont know what i was thinking goin balls out hahaha, yah im going and getting a stock ecuuuuuu

thanksss