Well folks, I've stepped in a pile of it once again.
I've had a long running issue with my RIPP supercharged 2013 JKUR throwing O2 sensor codes and generally being pissed.
I replaced everything, new sensors, new cats, new main engine harness, new intake, COMPLETE NEW ENGINE (due to a hydrolock). Same stupid codes came back over and over for years.
I discovered a while back that I could get it to throw codes by wiggling the wiring harness where it connects to the PCM/ECU (this led to replacing the harness).
The only thing left was the ECU itself. Tonight I swapped it out.. which is a dog and pony show. Return the ECU t stock to free up the programmer, swap the ECU, update the programmer, contact support because the programmer lost it's mind, update the RIPP tunes, reflash the ECU with the RIPP tune...
4 hours later, the new ECU is in, and the RIPP tune is installed.
It starts and runs... but I have the throttle light blinking and zero throttle response, throwing throttle related codes, I forget which, and it's too late in the evening for me to go back out and pull them.
I suspect I need to have the new ECU "learn" the throttle... but how? No ignition switch, steering wheel pedal hokey pokey?
I have a Superchips, and the Diablosport inTune i2.. can I get it done with those? Another tuner/diag tool that will work?
'76 CJ-7, '43 CJ-2a, '78 Bronco,'78 CJ-7, '75 CJ-5, '78 CJ-7, '80 CJ-7, '78 SJ, '79 SJ, '78 and a '76 FJ-40 , '90 XJ, '91 XJ, '86 CJ-7, '95 ZJ, '68 CJ-101 Commando, '00 TJ, '68 M-715, 2 '86 Military Blazers, '96 LR Discovery, '86 CJ-7, '91 YJ, '99 TJ, 07' JKU Rubi, 1988 YJ, 1973 Commando, 3 Diesel Excursions....
Now back to a 2013 JKU Rubicon with "stuff", planning 37's with minimal lift.
I've tried them all... Jeeps are still the best. (0||||0)