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#1546 tewsona

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 04:35 PM

n00b alert!

 

Just started programming and done a few options withELMConfig. Seem to have no adverse side effects aside from the car isnow estimating around 215 miles t half a tank. Clearly this is incorrect. Any ideas?

 

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 04:40 PM

thats more likely to do with your average values, but that would indicate 430 for a tank, which for an ST doesnt sound too bad.



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Posted 02 September 2013 - 07:11 PM

n00b alert!
 
Just started programming and done a few options withELMConfig. Seem to have no adverse side effects aside from the car isnow estimating around 215 miles t half a tank. Clearly this is incorrect. Any ideas?
 
Thanks,
Adam


Some values seem to get reset, even when you don't specifically reset the KAM, mine does the same - crazy low 'left in tank' figures and even a genuine loss of MPG short term as the car sorts itself out

Usually stabilises within 2 tankfuls

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 07:58 PM

Ah that's not too bad then, As its running some non stock parts I'm only getting about 280 to a tank. I was quite miffed at the reading of 215 miles to just under half a tank

 

As you say, it seems to be figuring its self out slowly.

 

Thanks for the responses.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 06:28 PM

Adam,

 

Have you been ticking the eco mode box's :)  lol



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Posted 05 September 2013 - 12:05 PM

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Wait some time to get PCM adapted. It should become real or looks like real after 150-300 miles driving



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Posted 05 September 2013 - 05:01 PM

I managed mix up wires from white connector (see pic) so does anyone has pin order for so I could fix it?

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Posted 05 September 2013 - 06:58 PM

Is there any chance this would be available for a fiesta mk6? Changed GEM (cause it failed) and need to reprogram it :)

 

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Posted 05 September 2013 - 07:37 PM

No, this will not work for the Fiesta MK6. The GEM module of the Fiesta MK6 is completely different than the Focus MK2/MK2.5 GEM module.

 

The electrical system of the Focus MK2/MK2.5 is much more advanced than the Fiesta MK6 electrical system. The Fiesta MK6 does not have a CAN-bus network and as far as I know there are not much functions which are programmable on the Fiesta MK6 GEM module.



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Posted 06 September 2013 - 04:33 AM

Actually the facelift does have a CAN bus network
CAN bus - vehicles built from MY 2006

Item
Part Number
Description
1
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Mid-speed CAN bus (MS-CAN).
2
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High-speed CAN bus. (HS CAN).
3
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DLC.
4
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PCM.
5
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Automatic transmission module - vehicles with automatic transmission / TCM - vehicles with automatic clutch and gearshift mechanism.
6
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Transmission selector unit - vehicles with automatic clutch and gearshift mechanism
7
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Electro-hydraulic Power Steering (EHPS).
8
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ABS module or ESP module
9
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Electronic instrument cluster.
10
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Terminating resistors.
11
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GEM
12
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Bluetooth/voice control module.
13
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Radio tuner.
14
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Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) module
15
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RCM
ISO 9141 bus - vehicles built from MY 2006

Item
Part Number
Description
1
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DLC.
2
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ISO 9141 bus.
3
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RCM
4
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ABS module or ESP module

True the GEM does control different things but still has some stuff that a fiesta owner might want to retrofit.

Functions CL CL/RF DL/RF ST150 (RHD) Japan
Voltage supply
Battery protection function X X X X X
Voltage supply management X X X X X
Exterior lighting
Turn signals and hazard flasher X X X X X
Lane-change flasher X X X X X
Hazard flasher during sharp braking X X X X X
Headlamp switch-off delay X X X X X
Peripheral lights -- X X X X
Autolamps -- X X X X
Interior lighting
Interior lamp switch-off delay X X X X X
Interior lamp extended switch-off delay X X X X X
Activated when doors are unlocked -- X X X X
Window heating
Windshield X X X X X
Rear window X X X X X
Wipers
Programmable windshield wiper interval X X X X X
Windshield wiper interval adjustable via rotary switch X X X X X
Rain sensor -- X X X X
Windshield wash/wipe function X X X X X
Windshield after-wipe X X X X X
Rear window intermittent wipe X X X X X
Rear window wash/wipe function X X X X X
Rear window wipe during reversing X X X X X
Folding exterior mirrors
Exterior mirror folding function via locking/unlocking X X X X
Information/warning functions
Door open warning indicator X X X X X
Lights on warning buzzer X X X X X
Personalization X X X X X
Locking/unlocking
Manual locking/unlocking with a key X X X X X
Central locking/unlocking with 433MHz radio remote control -- X -- -- --
Central locking/unlocking with 315MHz radio remote control -- -- -- -- X
Central locking/unlocking and double locking with 433MHz radio remote control -- -- X X --
Two-stage unlocking (driver door/ all doors) -- X X X X
Locking status feedback via turn signals X X X X X
Programming of double locking/single locking -- -- X -- --
Vehicle locking at start of trip (not for European markets) X X X X X
Liftgate release
Release via radio remote control -- X X X X
Release via switch in the passenger compartment X X X X X
Alarm
Anti-theft alarm system (perimeter) -- -- X -- --
Anti-theft alarm system (Thatcham Cat1) -- -- -- X --
Radio/DVD input signal for alarm system -- -- X X --
Interior scanning -- -- X X --
Deactivation of the anti-theft alarm system with valid PATS key -- -- -- X --
Anti-theft alarm horn with integral battery -- -- -- X --
Horns
Vehicle horn X X X X X
Alarm horn -- -- X -- --
Diagnosis
Diagnosis X X X X X
Service mode X X X X X
Programming of PATS key -- X X X X

Sorry for the x but posted using iphone

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 04:35 AM

The program is only worth using for the facelift model (6.5). Firgot to specify in my first post

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 07:12 AM

ELMConfig won't work with Fusion and Fiesta, because it's dedicated to FF2 and MND4

 

but there is a program called ELM-FFN to change configuration of Fusion and it may work also with latest Fiestas mk6 - http://www.fusionguru.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=4950  I don't have any experience with this program, just lanched it to see user interface.

Program requires ELM327 with MS/HS switch.



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Posted 06 September 2013 - 08:20 AM

Ok so the wiring here is valid for the FFN?

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 09:14 AM

yes - according to that foru

 

but even without HS/MS switch you can access those modules which sit on HS-CAN (same situation in FF2)



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Posted 06 September 2013 - 09:24 AM

Ok I mostly need to GEM so i think that is on the MS?

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