When they ask for Wide Open Throttle they mean put the pedal to the floor and hold it there until the program asks to return the throttle to low idle.ovsa wrote: ↑Wed Nov 11, 2020 4:18 pmThanks for your help on this. I got around to running it again after a reset on the BdyCM. It seemed to work alot better this time, ran through all the test successfully except at the very end after ' power down complete' I get a "service procedure interrupted" message. Tried it a few times with always the same results.
So I am not sure if the resets and adaptive learnings are taking place or not.
I was going to attach the log , but looks like I accidentally overwritten it.
Another question : when they ask for WOT what rpm are they talking about? I was using 3500 and holding it there.
If you were trying to hold 3500 with your foot then that has been part of the reason for the Engine Torque Disrupted error as any movement of either the throttle pedal or the brake pedal will disrupt the engine rpm and the program and it takes only an imperceivable amount of movement of your feet to disrupt this process.
The reason for holding the pedal to the floor is to keep the pedal steady and allowing the program to control the engine RPM at a predetermined rate and determine when the clutches pressure plates touch its driven discs and reduces the engine RPM and increase load to a preprogrammed amount due to each clutch reaching its friction point and trying to turn the input shafts and of course it can't turn the transmission input shats as the program has engaged a gear on each input shaft as each clutch is cycled and the parking brake is on and you are holding the brakes as part of the preliminary setup!
This determines the exact point in the clutch travel when the clutch just begins to engage and turn the input shafts. If the programs predetermined RPM gets disrupted by any other load(Alternator AC or throttle movement) the program will try three times to re-establish a stable learn Engine RPM and will abort the program on the third failure and the procedure must be started all over again.
The fact that you have gotten to the "power down complete" stage means that the program has read a return to low idle after clutch engagements have been learned. Hopefully it managed to write and store those values before the "Procedure Interrupted" error.
That would be my concern that something happen to the data flow(Can Network Errors usually caused by a momentary communication loss between Computer/adapter/PCM. Common with Chinese ELM327 adapters) as the values were being stored. If the car drives normally or at least improved you can probably not worry too much. If it is worse then the values probably got messed up during the write procedure.
The process interrupted error usually means something happened during packet information transfer but without a log to show what actually happened I would be guessing.
Might be good idea to send your Dump.bin file and logs in to Forscan and have them look at them!