Piet

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  1. There are two different types of greens - 425 cc @ 3bar - 440 cc @ 3 bar Maybe that (partially) explains the difference in injector constant? Besides that... there a there are more factors that determine the right injector constant in a particular car, like for instance: how accurate is your air-mass reading. And of course how accurate the inj const is calibrated against the dead times. For the 608 bin with GLT AC-routines: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0o7zik4jq6ediju/608_rev5b_GLT-AC.bin?dl=0
  2. @EricH Or.. I could just upload you a 608 bin with GLT-AC routines. 608_rev5b_GLT-AC.bin
  3. There are two different types of green injectors: 413 and 440 cc
  4. Yeah, that was me who stated that the -608 bin could used in stead of a 607 bin by just flipping a bit. But there's more to it: many parameters, although on the same hex-adres and having the same functions are having different values for use as an automatic bin. The airco routines of the -607 and -608 bins are basically the same anyway, so it's not worth it. It has to be immobilizer related I think that this specific 608 bin only works with the ECU it's extracted from.
  5. Yaeh, but I replaced the fan routine too So this bin only works with the ECU it's extracted from? That's peculiar ....
  6. Yes I already knew that, I saw that in the bin. Pressure must be at least 3 bar before the fan kicks in. A friend tested it: with 6 degr Celsius his AC pressure was only 2.8 bar, his fan did not start.
  7. I'am not sure why the fan doesn't engage or even that it should. Maybe it's just not warm enough.
  8. I send you a new version of the bin. The fan should engage with this one....
  9. Ah, ok. So the compressor kicks on and stays on, only the fan doesn’t kick in..... I will investigate this and try to find out why this is.
  10. I replaced the AC routines in a 607 bin with those of the 639-bin after having adjusted all parameters to those used in the 607 bin
  11. @Chuck W: I've emailed you a second version of a -607 with -936 AC routines incorporated. Please delete the first version.
  12. Aha, haha, now I see where the "current" confusion is coming from.: google translate confusion The german word for electrical current is "Strom"" (elektrischer Strom) not "aktuell" !! Aktuell means current as in "at the moment" No, it is ac pressure. ... In the same routine, just before where the F96F.4 flag can be set, the AC-pressure is read with an ADC channel attached to B9 That's where I got it from. Never trust Google translate !! Something has got to be wired up differently .... sure. However not in the ECU but in the AC
  13. B6 is a digital input. I think F96F.4 refers to a low Ac-pressure, in the DAMOS it's called: dpac_flag.4 MIN-Fehler (aktuell) There's no way the ECU can measure current drawn by the compressor, at least not as far as I know.
  14. Nopping 6AC6 and 6AC7 takes F96F.4 out of the equation in wich is determined wheter there is a fault situation in which the AC shouldn't be activated. 7DE6, 7E7B, 7E7C and 7E84 are part of the logging routine and have nothing to do with the AC
  15. The AC routines of the '97 850 GLT are partially different from the 607/608 AC routines. Amongst other things two RPM dependent lookup tables were added in the 607/608 bins. I changed the AC routines of a 607 bin to match the AC-routines in the 97 850 GLT bin. I think that will do the trick, but it has to tested when Chuck W is back in the US
  16. I have send you a modified 607-bin to try. Please let me know if it works (or not )
  17. That extra chip om the "-936" is an EEPROM, probably used for the imo. It has almost certainly nothing to do with the aircon.
  18. @Chuck W: When I'am trying to download your bin I get this error message "The page you are trying to access is not available for your account." Dont't know why that is,
  19. Both sensors in line, after each other, gives erratic readings. I had to put the airfilterbox in between to get the right conversion.