Help on issues you run into with LapTimer; in case you have a question on how to use LapTimer, use the forum "Using LapTimer" instead
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Harry wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 28, 2019 3:37 pm
The second settings is always a good idea to set. Only in case you miss some channels after restricting ECUs (to ECM), one should use ALL.
In case you still get drop outs, please create a log as described in the FAQ (Debugging OBD Connections).
I tried changing this to ECM and it looks like I didn't get my throttle or brake pedal position data. I have MPH (and I had water temp and RPM while I was driving) but in the video I don't see pedal position. Is that what you mean by "Only in case you miss some channels after restricting ECUs (to ECM), one should use ALL."? If so, I will try changing that back to ALL (unless you have other advice), and will try Adaptive timing instead of optimized, and as someone else suggested try "disable parallel requests" as well.
Do you think this is a good plan?
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Please change to ALL and check if you get throttle. In case you do, you need to stay in ALL position. In case it is the same, please try the other throttle PIDs listed in Expert Settings / OBD Tweaks. Position D is often better than the standard PID.