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 Problem with Proton Gen2, helps

post Jul 14 2009, 03:07 PM

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QUOTE(shazmn @ Apr 7 2009, 10:51 AM)
true enuff like the sc told u its 'the spec for campro' laugh.gif

anyway its not actually the spec, its the drive by wire where ur throttle response is being read electronically...

even u have release the paddle, the throttle will take some short time before the timing goes down to normal...

for early batch of gen2 where u got the old powerful 2004 ecu, this problem is common...sometime the idling will stay at around 1.5k n only goes down after a while...what i normally do when i drove a car with this ecu, i just lift the paddle up n off ur engine leave it a bit n start...if the rpm still shoot up high, u have to do it again...

anyway if u hate that characteristic that much come swap with my ecu...2004 ecu is well known for its powerful mapping where it provides higher sparks...

another way to confirm is go to sc, have them checked ur ecu version n if it is a 2004 batch, ask them to flash the ecu to latest mapping...BUT u'll lose the pickup provided by the old mapping...well u win some lose some right...

bro need help ... just wonder ar ECU brand new how much ar ?? and if better to reformat or better to change to a new one
i have done tons of thing to my gen2 but i can't kick it up to 200 at least when i ram the car the best it will go to 180 then drops back to 170
damn tention... change the crank pulley change the manifold but still no power when i first got the car it had no problems then after 2 year it's start having problems with the speed . do i have to change my ecu or should i try snorkeling or arghhhh running out of ideas hELP ASAP??? rclxub.gif rclxub.gif cry.gif :cry


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