Using Workshop A must read!

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Using Workshop A must read!

Postby VXL67Getrag » Thu Sep 24, 2009 11:43 am

O.K. Let me start by saying if I knew this when I bought the product a month or so ago it would have been a lot easier!
I read all the instructions & knew that I had to set the inj:rat so that the stft was closest to 100 between 250 mgc & 600 mgc or around 1600 rpm to 2800 rpm & then adjust the ve tables if using a map sensor or adjust the inj:mul if using a maf sensor!

But that was were I got lost, I was trying to adjust them so the afr at the metre was closest to the commanded afr!

But you have to adjust them so the stft's are closest to 100 the whole way!

If I had of read the manual as the instructions clearly say I would have figured this out, but I thought as I run a mechanical shop I know all of that stuff but as I have attatched here the 6 main pages that I found somewhere(not me) that I got told to read I would have figured it out for myself!

Hope this helps other newbies!!!
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Re: Using Workshop A must read!

Postby VXL67Getrag » Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:42 pm

I just remembered I better let everyone know this was actually for the VT V8 & I'm pretty sure it is identical for the VT V6 apart from the grams per second in the maf section t was obviously slightly less for the V6!

The other thing to keep in mind is the KalMaker Software was written slightly different to the actual factory manual as relation to the stft & ltft being zero in factory manual & this is actual 100 in the KalMaker software!
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Re: Using Workshop A must read!

Postby Hooter » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:39 am

This not only applies to Workshop, it applies to all models from VL to present.
As I say on the website, the Biggest Tip I can give is get and read the Engine Management side of the Factory Holden Workshop Manuals.
Just the General Information and description is very informative, let alone all the diagnostic and diagrams etc.
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Re: Using Workshop A must read!

Postby VXL67Getrag » Fri May 27, 2011 8:25 am

As I was made aware the link I gave originally got lost when the forum got updated so here they are again!
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Fuel Control System Page 3 STFT & LTFT Description.jpg
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