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b18c5ERL
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ems and twinfire issue's

im using a older series 1 with updated software. i have a few problems such as.. the map sensors i am using are showing a high engine load and having software issue's ... 97 civic with a 98 spec b18c5

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If you do not have the option

If you do not have the option to select AEM EPM under the wizard file, than you will need to download the updated wizard currently posted on www.aemelectronics.com

Be sure to take the file and place it into your AEM Pro folder. Once you do, reload AEM Pro and you should have AEM EPM in the wizard dropdown for cam/crank

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thank you that is one

thank you that is one question down lol would you know why my map sensor reading are so high ? i keep buying new ones and i get different readings i belive my 3.5 aem map has a lower reading when i click on aem 1 bar option in the manifold pressure wizard

 

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What is the part number

What is the part number/serial number of your EMS?  If the EMS doesn't indicate that engine load is correct across 3 different sensors then its likely that there's a problem.  Instead of just trying to ignore the problem by adjusting the reading until it looks right, it'd probably be a good idea to try and figure out what the problem is.  First, do other sensors (coolant temp, air temp, TPS, etc) appear to read high?  If you unplug all of the sensors what do the respective analog raw channels read?  They should be very close to 5.0v and not much higher or lower.  You could have either a wiring problem (bad sensor ground comes to mind) with the MAP sensor or you could have a problem with your EMS.  

The wiring and setup of the coils and TwinFire will depend on which EMS you have.