AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

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robertoeatc
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AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

Postby robertoeatc » Fri Mar 30, 2018 9:11 pm

my lambda value has gone from 13 to 21 without changing anything. the engine is still working perfectly but in "engine data or in" autotune live "has happened to mark afr 21. Has it happened to any of you?

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Woolich Support
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Re: AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

Postby Woolich Support » Fri May 04, 2018 2:25 am

Please check that your Zeitrnoix o2 controller is powered up, if so please check / replace the RJ12 cable ( this is not a standard phone cable) so if you need one please contact the Support Center also try changing the Wideband o2. If you have a friend with the same setup you can swap over parts to easily resolve the issue.

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BUZKA
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Re: AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

Postby BUZKA » Wed May 16, 2018 1:16 pm

Due to ZT module vibration caused by engine ive issue that soldered connector for sensor was loose and lost the contact

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Re: AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

Postby wobblygecko » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:01 pm

What is the pinout for the RJ12 "phone cable" (so I can custom make one)? Is it duplexed ?

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Re: AFR 21 in zeitronix zt3

Postby SelenaP » Mon Oct 01, 2018 7:30 pm

Woolich have over the years not liked giving out that kind of info, for several reasons. They are in business to try and make a living so rightfully want to sell you the part. But the main reason I suspect is they have dealt with so many people over the years trying to custom make their own harnesses, they screw it up and then wrongly blame Woolich products for it not working and waste Woolichs time trying to troubleshoot someone's homemade harness, they just don't want to deal with it. I get it. You may not. Thus you will have to figure it out. I did. I wanted a phone cable that was black and not white and shorter in length, made my own and it worked fine. It is what it is man, I know that old cliché sux, but I cant really blame Woolich. I wouldn't want to be dealing with trying to figure out others screwed up homemade harnesses either. Im sure it happened a lot to them in the past. I cant blame them for wanting to sell their shit either. Bills got to be paid somehow.