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    Testing G-pack TRE

    Just been on "Steve's TL Pages' and saw this ;

    Testing

    Testing that the unit is working is pretty straight forward. Use a high impedance digital multimeter set on volts DC. On the Pink / Red wire that goes to the ECU you should get the following readings down to ground.

    In neutral, close to 5.08VDC
    In all gears using a 15K resistor, close to 4.70VDC
    In all gears using a 6.8K resistor, close to 4.38VDC

    Make sure you test the circuit -if the circuit is open the ECU reverts to a neutral map = yuck!


    Tested my G-pack thismorning, as it was on the bike when I bought it.

    In Neutral it reads 5.07V between the red wire and earth.
    In 2nd gear it reads 0.68V . Engine running in both situations.

    Does anyone know if these readings are good please ?
    I am hoping its knackered So I can actually get more out of the bike.
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    The G-pack for the Tl should be 6.8k So Ive read.

    My mistake.....Tested the wrong side of the G-pack.

    4.7V in Neutral

    3.55V in 2nd and 3rd gears
    Last edited by Dudz; 04-28-2014 at 03:38 AM.
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    Dudz,

    The ECU gear breakdown is as follows:

    1st gear = 1.782v
    2nd gear = 2.242v
    3rd gear = 2.960v
    4th gear = 3.630v
    5th gear = 4.310v
    6th gear = 4.660v
    Neutral = 5.000v

    So you are closer to 4 than 3 and probably should be fine. Oh and thanks again for the map info!
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