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Old 01-11-2019, 12:16 AM   #1
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You can put the ECU in set timing/idle speed mode by warming the engine fully and disconnecting the TPS.
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Follow the FSM procedure to get into timing mode.

IIRC you are supposed to warm up the car to operating temperature..

turn off the car and unplug TPS

start the car and rev it a few times

if you still cant get into timing mode or if your timing is not stable, you probably have other issues affecting your timing.

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My car wont do that... I cannot get it into timing mode. That's my reasoning for using the software. I've had many SR and KA cars and done it that way in the past. No luck this time.
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My car will not enter timing mode. I have tried it about 20 different times over the past week. It is running an oem thermostat and warm while I'm trying to do it. Idle will not drop below 1500rpm with tps unplugged. There are no boost leaks, the system has been pressure tested to 20psi. I know the proper procedure to make the car enter it. I want to know if the datascan 2 software is compatible with a SR20det #62 ECU...
Clueless on the data scan but I was having the same problem idle not dropping below 1500 rpm on my ka and I had to set idle with the harness that went to my iacv unplugged, maybe itís worth a try.
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You need Nissan Data Scan 1 for Consult 1 based ECUs. The different versions are not backward compatible. Kind of frustrating since I have an S15 SR, an 06 G35, and an 18 Armada: 3 different versions of Consult.

So far I've had to buy NDSI and NDSII phone apps, luckily those are only $10 each. Just don't have all the features of the desktop versions.

I think I found a list once of Consult 1 software and played with them all. Don't have my laptop with me, but should be able to find with some google-fu. Some were easier to get running than others.

Like someone mentioned above, if you're having issues getting into timing mode manually, there might be another issue. You can check for pending codes and make sure all sensors are working with the free NDSI lite app, if you have android and the right USB adapter for the cable. Common ones are the neutral switch not showing you're in neutral, or not driving around for 15 minutes to ensure car is fully warmed up.
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