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  1. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Nope; same message: "Sorry, there is a problem This attachment is not available. It may have been removed or the person who shared it may not have permission to share it to this location. Error code: 2C171/1" VS seems a lousy place to host files. Get yourself a dropbox account for hosting; very easy. EDIT: below link works. Thanks!
  2. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Thanks for the update but if you're referring to this link, it doesn't seem to work. http://volvospeed.com/vs_forum/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=15003 Maybe post it to the wiki as a possible solution for 97 850 GLT AC fix?
  3. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Are you sure? Looking at un-modified 607_rev5b.bin, I'm seeing the same code pattern (including 0xFFD9) at 0x7F0D, that I see at 0x7E93 in the 608 bin.
  4. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Thanks! Though it would be nice to know how you arrived at that info too? And is that address the same in both 607 and 608 bin? Edit: at 0x7F0D in 607 by chance?
  5. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Found your write-up on the wiki: " So I've just connected the wideband output to the accelerometer connector and changed the IAT logging channel (as mine doesn't have that either) to the accelerometer channel in the bin and it is logging fine. " But this is the part I/we might need a little more help with please? From some of your other posts, it sounds like you're doing some disassembly? The logging routine is monitoring 45 channels, many of them I'm sure are not critical for day to day tuning. Sure would be nice to substitute in other, currently un-logged, channels.
  6. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Why not post the how-to here? I'm sure others would be interested too. Which ecu pin is that again?
  7. What's particularly awesome is how flat that torque curve is... faaaawwwwwk!! Remind me to move over Brandon if I see you in my rear view on I5.. @Tightmopedman9 Please chime in to take some credit and comment.. I'm sure we're all interested..
  8. gdog

    Tuners Rejoice! Free Tuning For M4.4!

    Wondering if others running M4.4 have issues with excessively rich warm-up? Running the Piet/@venderbroeck wideband mod and I've shortened the time before it starts following WB input ( "Time for theoretical Lambda readiness" ) from around 90 seconds to just 8. That helped but still running like 9-10 AFR during warm-up and it's not very cold here (about 40-50F ambient in the AM lately). It's running normal AFRs within a few minutes, basically when the engine has completely warmed up. Even when the engine is relatively warm still, it runs way richer than needed initially. It there another table to tweak? Based on posts in this thread (related link) I've modified "Start Basic Injection Quantity" down quite a bit. Wondering where others' tables are who have done this. I'm running green injectors. TIA!
  9. gdog

    Temp for Fan to turn on/Off

    Easiest thing would be to install a lower temp thermostat; then the fan will almost never come on. Keep in mind this will use slightly more fuel though. Or you could convert to M4.4 DIY tuning and then set the fan temp to whatever you want..
  10. gdog

    Temp for Fan to turn on/Off

    Temps sound about right. You could test the fan, or see which fan wire is getting pwr when it comes on. Should be the low speed circuit coming on, which is GRN wire. If only the RED wire gets pwr when the fan comes on, then you may have a bad engine cooling fan relay (on top of radiator). Even on low speed these fans are loud. That relay is controlled by the ecu. Low speed circuit is active when relay pin B1 is pulled low; high speed circuit is active when relay pin B2 is pulled low.
  11. Nice but you should drop a white block in there. Then nobody will give you any not-a-volvo crap (not that you care..)
  12. Man, that's fugly, but good job for the DIY ingenuity!
  13. gdog

    question about matching MAF part #s

    Don't recognize that part number; what kind of car do you have? Assumed it was this one since your sig says '95 850? https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/volvo-mass-air-flow-sensor-850-s70-v70-c70-0280217107
  14. gdog

    1998 T5 ECU needed!

    Yup; that's what I'd recommend too.. http://vasttuning.com/
  15. gdog

    1998 T5 ECU needed!

    You're planning on plug-and-play?! You know the T5 ecu is mapped for 8.5:1 compression ratio, but your GLT engine is 9.0:1, yes? You realize while that will give you more boost, knock (and therefore knock induced ignition retard) will come along with it? If that's what you want, how close is your nearest pic-n-pull? Found this one: https://www.picknpull.com/vehicle_details.aspx?VIN=YV1LS5347W1425876 The ecu out of that should be what you want; they usually get around $60 unless you go on discount day..