connecting issue with AEM v2

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connecting issue with AEM v2

5thgen Sun May 10, 2015 7:18 pm

I can't get the tunerview to connect. It will just display the connecting screen.

I think I have it setup properly. Aem is selected in the tunerview layout setup, and my serial telemetry through aem is set on the "default" settings.


I did plug my RD-1 into it (It worked on the "rtp" port, and didn't on the "ecu" port) and it seemed to work ok. Numbers were accurate for the few things I had on the screen to test.


I'm up for any help/ideas.
Also is this not setup to view IAT? I am guessing no since it is not in the drop down menu.

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HRTuning Sun May 10, 2015 7:39 pm

If it worked with the RD1 then you didn't swap the tx and rx pins on one side of the 4 pin cable as noted on the help site.

See Check Your Cable (That's step #1). Find AEM.
http://www.hrtuning.com/TunerViewHelp/

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5thgen Sun May 10, 2015 11:55 pm

Thanks, that was it. Me and my overlooking...

Is there any way to view IAT in the small setting? I could only find "large IAT". Or possibly some other parameters? (knock volt, timing, inj. duty, etc.)

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HRTuning Mon May 11, 2015 2:17 am

I'll check into why IAT isn't on the small list.

They don't supply that data. You have several sensors in the list that you can custom program on the sensors tab if you want to get crafty.

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