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PSI3 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ECU MONITOR USERS MANUAL

MODELS S1001, S1002, S1003, S1004 FOR SUBARU IMPREZA - 16 PIN O.B.D CONNECTOR FITTED WITH ORIGINAL SUBARU ECU
Document revision C May 29th 2003 for software versions 01 to 09

Please ensure you register your unit on our website (http://www.psi3.co.uk) to allow us to maintain our records and support you in the future. NOTE: Some units have time limited operation and will eventually cease functioning if not registered.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The ECU monitor is a device designed to monitor the sensors and operation of the vehicle engine management system and assist the driver with performance information and useful diagnostic information when a fault occurs. In addition to these functions, several features are included such as water injection control for enhanced vehicle performance. The monitor reads its information directly from the vehicle ECU via a bi-directional serial communications link and updates the display data approximately five times every second. The user is able to create screens with the data that they wish to display depending on personal preferences. The unit also records peak data such as RPM etc... In addition, the user can set their own alarm limits which when are exceeded, can turn on an external warning lamp. Information is displayed on a 2 line by 24 character LCD display with back lighting and is controlled by 4 buttons. The unit does not interfere with the operation of the vehicle in any way. (Except ECU reset function)

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
After the unit has been installed, the communications cable must be attached to the vehicle. This must be connected only with the vehicle ignition power off and after a period of one minute has elapsed. This is due to the fact that the engine management electronics remain powered for a short while after the ignition has been turned off on some vehicle model types. The communications connector is located in line directly below the steering wheel column (above the pedals) in a recess. This connector is at a 90 degree angle to the horizon. Simply locate the connector and plug in the communications cable taking care that the cable is out of the way of the pedals. The connector only fits one way round. When the unit is connected correctly, on some vehicle models the unit will power up for a short while and then turn off automatically (newer cars). For connection of additional external equipment/features, please refer to our web site database or CD ROM. Do NOT make any connection to terminals on the rear of the unit unless otherwise instructed as this may cause damage to the unit and/or car.

UNIT START UP
When the vehicle ignition is turned on, the unit will power up (may take a few seconds to react). This first screens show the units serial number and software version then a custom message which can be set by the user will be displayed. After a short while,the unit will attempt to communicate with the car and try to automatically identify the ECU and CAR types. With version 3 software or lower, the vehicle type will be displayed will be displayed for a few seconds and then normal operation will begin. Should the unit fail to identify the car or ECU, the unit will display GOODBYE and turn itself off. If this happens after several attempts, please call or email us as we can update your unit for new models if not covered FREE OF CHARGE as we are continuously adding new models and features. Please ensure you have read and understood the POWER OFF and STANDBY MODE as described below before calling PSI3.

POWER OFF and STANDBY MODE ISSUES


The power for the unit is supplied from the vehicle normally via the 16 pin connector. Due to the way that Subaru have wired this on some models, power is permanent or is switched on only when the ignition switch is on. Software Version 4 onwards software has a time of day clock which is maintained by this power. The clock will forget its time settings if the power is removed. To get over this, a separate power supply for the unit should be connected to the where the RED wire enters the connector of the back of the monitor. (After removing and insulating the original wire). This new supply MUST be fused with a 1 amp fuse.

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On some models the ECU remains powered for up to 2 minutes after the ignition has been turned off (usually on vehicles where the power is permanently on) . This is a problem as should the monitor unit continue to communicate with the ECU, the ECU would NOT switch off due to the way the software in the ECU is written. This is beyond our control so the following solution is used. Once the unit has detected the ignition switch is off, the unit will go into power off mode and display the GOODBYE message and if version 4 software onwards the clock will be displayed. The unit will now wait 2 minutes before checking the ECU for the ignition switch has been turned back on. This time allows the ECU to fall asleep naturally. This means that if the ignition is switched off then switch on before the two minutes has expired, the unit will NOT automatically turn back on until the two minutes is up. The unit may be switched on at any time by pressing any button on the panel if this situation should arise.

OPERATING MODES
There are 3 operating modes as listed below.... A) NORMAL DISPLAY MODE This mode is entered automatically when the unit first starts up. The screen that was last displayed will be restored upon power up provided this has been displayed for at least 5 seconds. Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to scroll to the desired display. The title of the selected page will be shown for a short while before the actual page will be displayed. There are 8 pages to display in this mode and these are shown below.
1) DATA PAGE 1 - DISPLAYS UPTO 4 VALUES DECIDED UPON BY THE USER (SEE DISPLAY EDIT MODE SECTION B MODE on how to change these) Each data item display consists of an abbreviated description, the actual data and the units of the data. Example: BP 0.85 BAR (Boost Pressure 0.85 Bar) Here is a list of selectable items. Not all are available on all cars. "NO DATA" will be shown if used on such cars. Exhaust gas temperature (Version 7 onwards) if not available, may display a value that NEVER changes. This is an ECU problem not a PSI3 problem! -BP IN CT ES BV TH RS IA AF LA KC or KN ID EG TC EX OT OP No display (blank area) Boost pressure BAR Intake air temperature DEGREES C (this is not charge temperature) Coolant temperature DEGREES C Engine speed RPM Battery VOLTS Throttle position % (some cars have limited range E.G 5 to 85 %) Road speed MPH or KMH (user selectable) Ignition advance DEGREES BTDC Air flow meter GRAMMES PER SECOND Lambda sensor 1 LAMBDA RATIO Knock correction DEGREES (ignition offset) Injector duration MILLISECONDS Exhaust gas temperature DEGREES C (Software version 7 onwards only) Time of day clock (Software version 4 onwards only) Exhaust gas temperature (Software version 9 onwards only) Oil temperature (Available with software version 8 onwards) Requires external addition sensors to be fitted. Oil pressure (Available with software version 8 onwards) Requires external addition sensors to be fitted.

More items will be added in future software versions.

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2) DATA PAGE 2 - As per data page 1 3) DATA PAGE 3 - As per data page 1 4) DATA PAGE 4 - As per data page 1 5) DATA PAGE 5 - As per data page 1 (From software version 8 onwards) 6) PEAK BOOST This page shows on the top line the peak boost pressure that has been achieved. The current value is shown on the second line along with a graphical representation of the current value. The peak value is retained even if the power is turned off. 7) PEAK COOLANT This page shows on the top line the peak coolant temperature that has been achieved. The current value is shown on the second line along with a graphical representation of the current value. The peak value is retained even if the power is turned off. 8) PEAK RPM This page shows on the top line the peak engine speed that has been achieved. The current value is shown on the second line along with a graphical representation of the current value. The peak value is retained even if the power is turned off. 9) PEAK SPEED This page shows on the top line the peak road speed that has been achieved. The current value is shown on the second line along with a graphical representation of the current value. The peak value is retained even if the power is turned off. B) DISPLAY EDIT MODE This mode is entered from the normal display mode only if a data page is being displayed and then the EXIT button is pressed and held in for more than 2 seconds. On entry to this mode, release the EXIT button and a flashing arrow symbol will point to the first data item on the first line of the display. During this mode, the display items will continue to update from the car in the normal way but you cannot select a new page to display. Press EXIT once more if you wish to return to the normal display mode. Use the arrow keys to select 1 of the 4 currently displayed data items you wish to change. On the selected item, press enter to call up a selection menu of items as described in the section DATA PAGE 1. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of items and when the desired item is found press ENTER to save that item into the previously selected position. The unit will now automatically return to the normal display mode. Please note that not all items are available on all cars. If any item is not available, "NO DATA" will be displayed in place of the data. C) SET UP MENU This mode is entered from the normal display mode by pressing the ENTER key. When this mode is entered, a flashing arrow symbol will be showing and a list of options can be selected by using the up and down arrow keys. Press ENTER to start the selected function or press EXIT to return to the normal display mode. Once the desired function has completed, the normal display mode will be returned to automatically. Some features are only available on later versions of software. 1) RESET PEAK VALUES Allows peak values to be reset to the current values read from the ECU.

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2) WATER INJECTION SET Allows the control boost pressure of the water injection output to be adjusted. Use UP/DOWN arrow keys to change value and then press EXIT to save new value. 3) SHIFT LIGHT SET UP Allows the shift light activation point control output to be adjusted. Use UP/DOWN arrow keys to change value and then press EXIT to save new value. 4) SHOW PENDING ALARMS Allows previously accepted alarms that are still current to be re-displayed. (Please refer to ALARMS section) 5) ADJUST ALARM SETTINGS Allows all user alarm set points to be adjusted. Use ENTER key to select the desired item. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the value then press EXIT when correct value is shown. (Please refer to ALARMS section) 6) RESTORE DISPLAY ITEMS This allows the factory settings for the display items to be restored for all data pages 1 to 4. 7) DISPLAY CONTRAST This allows the display contrast to be adjusted. This may be required for extreme cold or hot ambient temperatures. Use the arrow keys to adjust the desired contrast then press EXIT to save new setting. 8) SET CLOCK TIME (AVAILABLE ONLY ON SOFTWARE VERSION 4 ONWARDS) This allows the clock time to be set. Press the ENTER button to select either minutes or hours then use the arrow buttons to adjust the value. When the correct time is displayed, press EXIT to set the clock. 9) USER MESSAGE SET UP This function allows the changing of the message that is displayed when the unit is powered up. Typically the drivers name and registration number are entered here but you are free to enter what you please (up to 24 characters) Use the ENTER key to select the character to change then use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the character (space, 0 to 9 and A to Z only). Press EXIT to save the new message. 10) USER OPTIONS 3 options are available for the user to customise the monitor operation. Press ENTER button to select the following options then use the arrow buttons to change the the option. When complete, press the EXIT button to save and exit. ROAD SPEED TYPE: MPH KMH MPH +C KPH +C BAR PSI Degrees C Degrees F display as MPH (ECU internal KMH) display as KMH display as MPH (no internal conversion) display as KPH (no internal conversion) (display boost as BAR) (display boost as PSI) (display temperatures as Deg Centigrade) (display temperatures as Deg Fahrenheit)

BOOST DISPLAY: TEMPERATURE DISPLAY:

11) CREDITS Shows the names of the members of PSI3 (The rogues gallery!) Press EXIT to return to the normal display mode.

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12) READ FAULT CODES This function reads current and historic fault codes from the ECU. When first selected, the current fault codes are read out and displayed (if any). Press EXIT to return to normal display mode or press ENTER to read out the historic fault codes. Only the first 4 found fault codes found will be displayed. Please refer to the FAULT CODES section for the meaning of the numbers. 13) RESET ECU COMMAND This function allows the fault codes in the ECU to be cleared (if cause has been repaired). On some vehicles this also clears out the Fuel Lambda Learning tables and may make the cars low speed drive stability and idle speed erratic for the first few miles of driving. Contrary to popular belief, ECU reset does not improve the engines overall performance. The only exception to this is when clearing faults after repairs when the ECU may have reduced performance to protect the engine from damage. 13) FORCE POWER OFF This function forces the unit to switch off immediately. The unit will not power up again until any of the buttons are pressed.
NOTES: 1) Once turned off, the unit will ignore all key presses for 10 seconds. 2) The unit will NOT automatically turn back on. Press any key to power up again.

SHIFT LIGHT AND ALARM OUTPUT The water injection output is activated when the boost pressure is greater or equal to the user setting. This is typically set just below normal running boost to provide additional intercooling and performance with minimal water consumption. Connection to this output will require an external relay. Please refer to web site or CD ROM for wiring details. SHIFT LIGHT AND ALARM OUTPUT The shift light and alarm share the same output. The output will light continuously when the engine speed is above or equal to the user setting. When a user alarm is detected, the output will flash at a fast rate. During an active alarm, the shift light will not function. Please refer to web site or CD ROM for wiring details. SHIFT LIGHT AND ALAtRM OUTPUT Whilst the unit is powered, the unit continuously checks various inputs against user settings to check for a possible engine problem. When an alarm is detected, the alarm/shift light output will flash fast and a message will also flash on the display warning of the problem. To accept the alarm, press the EXIT button. Should the alarm still be active after accepting it, the unit will flash up and alarm warning message every few seconds as a reminder. The alarm output is only active for alarms that have not been accepted. The alarm will be re-displayed if the alarm condition is removed and then returns. Alarms available are shown below
LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE HIGH BATTERY VOLTAGE BOOST PRESSURE HIGH COOLANT TEMPERATURE HIGH OIL TEMPERATURE HIGH OIL PRESSURE LOW TEMPORARY DATA FAILED VOLTAGE <= USER SETTING VOLTAGE >= USER SETTING BOOST IS >= USER SETTING TEMPERATURE >= USER SETTING TEMPERATURE >= USER SETTING (Version 8 software onwards) PRESSURE < USER SETTING (Version 8 software onwards) The peak data memory has lost its contents. This can be caused by unplugging the unit during ignition power on.

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FAULT CODES
Currently there are two fault code tables available. These tables comprise of a 2 digit (older cars) and a 5 digit EOBD code tables (Prefixed with "P"). Both tables are listed here. IMPORTANT NOTES 1) These codes and cause are determined by the manufacturer of the ECU and not the monitor unit. 2) Just because a component has been declared at fault, the true cause may be elsewhere. E.G. wiring/mechanical. 3) Engine faults can exist without fault codes being generated. 4) Fault codes may not be generated by the ECU immediately upon the existence of a detectable fault. 5) Fault finding should only be carried out by a competent engineer. 6) Fault finding on modern engines requires intimate knowledge of the engine and the correct workshop information. 7) Use of the fault code information is at the users own risk. 8) We are pleased to help with any technical queries on our products but cannot offer tuning or repair advice or the exact meaning of the fault code content.
2 DIGIT FAULT CODE TABLE (NON OBD) NOTE: Some codes are duplicated and therefore have multiple meanings 24 Idle Control System Malfunction 23 Mass Air Flow Sensor Circuit 22 Knock Sensor 21 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 18 Electrical Load Signal 13 Camshaft Position Sensor 12 Starter Signal 11 Crankshaft Position Sensor 37 Rear O2 Sensor Circuit / A/F Sensor Circuit Malfunction 35 CPC System 33 Vehicle Speed Sensor 32 Oxygen Sensor 31 Throttle Position Sensor Circuit 29 Crankshaft Position Sensor 2 28 Knock Sensor #2 26 Intake Air Temperature Sensor 45 Pressure Sensor 44 Turbo charging Pressure Control Signal 43 Accelerator Pedal Switch 42 Idle Switch 39 Traction Control System 38 Torque Permission Signal 38 Torque Control Signal #2 38 Torque Control Signal #1 62 Exhaust Manifold Valve Negative Pressure Control Solenoid 61 Air Suction Control Solenoid Valve 56 EGR System 55 EGR Valve Lift Sensor 54 Air Intake System 51 Neutral Position Switch 49 CO Resistor 48 Lean Burn System 53 Anti-Quick Operation Mode 66 Twin Turbocharger System (T) 66 Twin Turbocharger System (S) 66 Twin Turbocharger System (H) 66 Two Stage Twin Turbocharger System 65 Differential Pressure Sensor 64 Relief Valve Control Solenoid Valve 1 64 Relief Valve Control Solenoid Valve 2 53 IMM Control Module EEPROM 53 EGI Control Module EEPROM 53 Use of Unregistered Key 53 Key Communication Failure 53 Communication Error (Time Over) 53 IMM Circuit Failure (Except Antenna Circuit) 53 Reference Code Incompatibility 53 Antenna 89 VVT Systems (R) 88 Fuel Pump Circuit Malfunction 87 Variable Induction Solenoid Valve Circuit Malfunction 86 CAN (Communication System) 85 Charger System Circuit Malfunction 81 Torque Up Control Valve 68 Turbo charging Pressure Control Output Signal #2 67 Exhaust Manifold Valve Positive Pressure Control Solenoid 89 VVT Systems (L) 24 ISC Valve (Stick) 24 Open/Short in ISC Valve Circuit 32 A/F Sensor #2 System 32 A/F Sensor #1 System 92 Electrical Generation Control Signal Circuit Malfunction 91 TCS Relief Valve 71 Shift Solenoid Valve 72 Shift Solenoid #2 Circuit 73 Low Clutch Timing Solenoid Circuit 74 Brake Clutch Timing Solenoid Circuit Malfunction 77 Lock-Up Duty Solenoid Circuit 75 Line Pressure Duty Solenoid Circuit 76 Brake Clutch Pressure Duty Solenoid Circuit Malfunction 79 Transfer Clutch Duty Solenoid Circuit 93 Vehicle Speed Sensor #1 Circuit 27 ATF Temperature Sensor Circuit 94 Lateral G Sensor Signal Circuit Malfunction 11 Engine Speed Signal Circuit 38 Torque Control Signal System 36 Turbine Speed Signal 78 Tiptronic Solenoid System

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OBD/EOBD 5 DIGIT FAULT CODE TABLE (P CODES) P0335 Crankshaft position sensor circuit malfunction P0336 Crankshaft position sensor circuit range/performance problem P0341 Camshaft position sensor circuit range/performance problem P0340 Camshaft position sensor circuit malfunction P0604 Internal control module random access memory error P0601 Internal control module memory check sum error P0102 Mass air flow sensor circuit low input P0103 Mass air flow sensor circuit high input P1141 Mass air flow sensor circuit range/performance problem (low input) P0101 Mass air flow sensor circuit range/performance problem (high input) P0500 Vehicle speed sensor malfunction P1540 Vehicle speed sensor malfunction 2 P0332 Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P0333 Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P0325 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Malfunction P0330 Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Malfunction P0327 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P0328 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P0122 Throttle position sensor circuit low input P0123 Throttle position sensor circuit high input P1142 Throttle position sensor circuit range/performance problem (low input) P0121 Throttle position sensor circuit range/performance problem (high input) P0117 Engine coolant temperature sensor circuit low input P0118 Engine coolant temperature sensor circuit high input P0464 Fuel level sensor intermittent input P0125 Insufficient coolant temperature for closed loop fuel control P0462 Fuel level sensor circuit low input P0463 Fuel level sensor circuit high input P0461 Fuel level sensor circuit range/performance problem P1442 Fuel level sensor performance problem (travel distance) P0107 Pressure sensor circuit low input P0108 Pressure sensor circuit high input P1143 Pressure sensor circuit range/performance (low) P1144 Pressure sensor circuit range/performance (high) P0106 Pressure sensor circuit range/performance problem (low input) P0350 Ignition coil primary/secondary circuit P1518 Starter switch circuit low input P0512 Starter switch circuit high input P0452 Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input P0453 Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input P0451 Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Performance Problem P1237 Exhaust Control Valve Solenoid Circuit Low (Positive Pressure) P1238 Exhaust Control Valve Solenoid Circuit High (Positive Pressure) P1239 Exhaust Control Valve Solenoid Circuit Low (Negative Pressure) P1240 Exhaust Control Valve Solenoid Circuit High (Negative Pressure) P1590 Neutral Position Switch Circuit High Input for AT P1591 Neutral Position Switch Circuit Low Input for AT P1592 Neutral Position Switch Circuit Malfunction for MT P0182 Fuel Temperature Sensor A Circuit Low Input P0183 Fuel Temperature Sensor A Circuit High Input P0181 Fuel Temperature Sensor A Performance Problem P1510 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #1 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1511 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #1 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1512 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #2 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1513 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #2 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1514 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #3 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1515 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #3 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1516 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #4 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1517 ISC Solenoid Valve Signal #4 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1492 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #1 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1493 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #1 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1494 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #2 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1495 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #2 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1496 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #3 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1497 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #3 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1498 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #4 Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1499 EGR Solenoid Valve Signal #4 Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1102 Pressure Sources Switching Sol. Valve Circuit Low P1122 Pressure Sources Switching Sol. Valve Circuit High

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OBD/EOBD 5 DIGIT FAULT CODE TABLE (P CODES) P1446 Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit Low P1447 Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit High P1090 Tumble Generated Valve System 1 (Valve Open) P1091 Tumble Generated Valve System 1 (Valve Close) P1092 Tumble Generated Valve System 2 (Valve Open) P1093 Tumble Generated Valve System 2 (Valve Close) P0508 Idle Control System Circuit Low P0509 Idle Control System Circuit High P1507 Idle Control System Malfunction (Fail-safe) P0506 Idle Control System RPM Lower than Expected P0507 Idle Control System RPM Higher than Expected P1698 Engine Torque Control Cut Signal Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1699 Engine Torque Control Cut Signal Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1448 Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Range/Performance P0444 Canister Purge Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low P0445 Canister Purge Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High P0480 Cooling Fan Relay 1 Circuit Low P1480 Cooling Fan Relay 1 Circuit High P0483 Cooling Fan Rationality Check Malfunction P0365 Camshaft Position Sensor B Circuit (Bank 1) P0390 Camshaft Position Sensor B Circuit (Bank 2) P0011 Camshaft Position System Performance (Bank 1) P0021 Camshaft Position System Performance (Bank 2) P1400 Fuel Tank Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low P1420 Fuel Tank Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High P1443 Vent Control Solenoid Valve Function Problem P1559 Air Intake System P0661 Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Circuit Low P0662 Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Circuit High P0447 EVAP Control System Vent Control Circuit Open P0448 EVAP Control System Vent Control Circuit Short P0720 AT Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction P0725 Engine Speed Input Circuit Malfunction P1700 Throttle Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction for AT P0710 ATF Temp. Sensor Circuit Malfunction P0705 AT Range Switch Circuit Malfunction P1701 Cruise Control Set Signal Circuit Malfunction for AT P0703 Brake Switch Circuit Malfunction for AT P0741 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction P0753 Shift Solenoid A Electrical P0758 Shift Solenoid B Electrical P1706 AT Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction (rear wheel) P0748 Pressure Control Solenoid Electrical (Duty Sol. A) P0743 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Electrical (Duty Sol. B) P0731 Gear 1 Incorrect Ratio P0732 Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio P0733 Gear 3 Incorrect Ratio P0734 Gear 4 Incorrect Ratio P1707 AT AWD Solenoid Valve Circuit Malfunction P1595 AT Diagnosis Input Signal Circuit Low Input P1596 AT Diagnosis Input Signal Circuit High Input P0135 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 1 ) P0141 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 2 ) P1593 TCM Communication Circuit Malfunction P1594 AT Diagnosis Input Signal Circuit Malfunction P0133 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P0130 O2 Sensor Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P0139 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P0136 O2 Sensor Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P0174 System Too Lean (Bank 2) P0175 System Too Rich (Bank 2) P0420 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold P0442 EVAP Control System Leak Detected (Small Leak) P0170 Fuel Trim (Bank 1) P0456 EVAP Control System Leak Detected (Very Small Leak) P0400 EGR System P1230 Fuel Pump Controller

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OBD/EOBD 5 DIGIT FAULT CODE TABLE (P CODES) P0171 System Too Lean (Bank 1) P0172 System Too Rich (Bank 1) P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected P0302 Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected P0305 Cylinder 5 Misfire Detected P0306 Cylinder 6 Misfire Detected P1301 Misfire Detected (High Temperature Exhaust Gas) P0457 EVAP Control System Leak Detected (Fuel Cap Loose/Off) P1235 Intake Control Valve Solenoid Circuit Low P1236 Intake Control Valve Solenoid Circuit High P1597 TCS Signal Circuit Low Input P1598 TCS Signal Circuit High Input P0034 Turbo Charger Bypass Valve Control Circuit Low P0035 Turbo Charger Bypass Valve Control Circuit High P1134 A/F Sensor Micro-Computer Problem P0131 O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P0151 O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0132 O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P0152 O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0153 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0112 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P0113 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P0111 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Range/Performance Problem P0038 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P0032 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P0037 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P0031 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1110 Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P1111 Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1112 Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance P0106 Manifold Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem (Low) P0107 Manifold Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P0108 Manifold Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1146 Manifold Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Problem P1139 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1140 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P1711 Engine Torque Control Signal #1 Circuit Malfunction P1712 Engine Torque Control Signal #2 Circuit Malfunction P0715 Torque Converter Turbine Speed Signal Circuit Malfunction P1703 AT Low Clutch Timing Solenoid Valve Circuit Malfunction P0785 AT 2-4 Brake Timing Solenoid Valve Circuit Malfunction P0778 AT 2-4 Brake Pressure Solenoid Valve Circuit Malfunction P1130 O2 Sensor Circuit (Open) (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1135 O2 Sensor Circuit (Open) (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P1131 O2 Sensor Circuit (Short) (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1136 O2 Sensor Circuit (Short) (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0052 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0051 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 2 Sensor 1) P0128 Coolant Thermostat P1491 Positive Crankcase Ventilation (Blow-by) Function Problem P0066 Air Assisted Injector Control Circuit or Circuit Low P0067 Air Assisted Injector Control Circuit High P0065 Air Assisted Injector Control Range/Performance P1130 O2 Sensor Circuit (Lean) (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P1137 O2 Sensor Circuit (Lambda=1) (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1138 O2 Sensor Circuit (Mid) (Bank 1 Sensor 1) P1248 Relief Valve Control Solenoid 1 Circuit High P1249 Relief Valve Control Solenoid 2 Circuit Low P1250 Relief Valve Control Solenoid 2 Circuit High P1560 Back-up Voltage Circuit Malfunction P0562 System Voltage Low P0563 System Voltage High P0245 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A Low P0246 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A High P1244 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A Range/Performance (Low Input) P0244 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A Range/Performance (High Input) P1245 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A Range/Performance (fail-safe)

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OBD/EOBD 5 DIGIT FAULT CODE TABLE (P CODES) P0249 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid B Low P0250 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid B High P1247 Relief Valve Control Solenoid 1 Circuit Low P1577 IMM Control Module EEPROM P1576 EGI Control Module EEPROM P0513 Incorrect Immobilizer Key P1574 Key Communication Failure P1573 Communication Error (Time Over) P1572 IMM Circuit Failure (Except Antenna Circuit) P1571 Reference Code Incompatibility P1570 Antenna P1095 Tumble Generated Valve Signal 1 Circuit Malfunction (Short) P1097 Tumble Generated Valve Signal 2 Circuit Malfunction (Short) P1094 Tumble Generated Valve Signal 1 Circuit Malfunction (Open) P1096 Tumble Generated Valve Signal 2 Circuit Malfunction (Open) P0261 Fuel Injector Circuit Low - #1 P0264 Fuel Injector Circuit Low - #2 P0267 Fuel Injector Circuit Low - #3 P0270 Fuel Injector Circuit Low - #4 P0545 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Low Input) P0546 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Malfunction (High Input) P1312 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Malfunction P1544 Exhaust Gas Temperature Too High P1306 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal 1 Circuit Malfunction (Open) P1308 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal 2 Circuit Malfunction (Open) P1307 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal 1 Circuit Malfunction (Short) P1309 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal 2 Circuit Malfunction (Short) P1242 2 Stage Twin Turbo System (Twin) P1241 2 Stage Twin Turbo System (Single) P1199 Differential Pressure Sensor P1086 Tumble Generated Valve Position Sensor 2 Circuit Low P1087 Tumble Generated Valve Position Sensor 2 Circuit High P1088 Tumble Generated Valve Position Sensor 1 Circuit Low P1089 Tumble Generated Valve Position Sensor 1 Circuit High

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SECURITY FEATURES CODE ENTRY


A security code may need to be entered at some stage should new features be purchased or expiry of the trial time period (if set) or failure to pay due monies to PSI3 by the user or the users supplier to PSI3.
WARNING: Please note that this feature is protected by various hacking prevention technologies. Should an invalid code be entered more than 5 times in a row (even after power off cycles) or a valid code that has been used previously on the same unit is entered once again then the unit will go into a permanent lock out mode which can only be reset by returning the unit to PSI3 for servicing. This service is chargeable at the discretion of PSI3 should unauthorized access be suspected. The code given is unique for your unit and should not be used on any other unit as this will count as a code entry failure and cause the unit to lock up. The software in the unit also has copy protection features, which will render the unit useless if program is accessed by external means.

CODE ENTRY PROCEEDURE


Please read thoroughly before any attempt is made to enter a code. 1) Obtain code from PSI3 directly using by the calling service number from a telephone that does not withhold the callers number. Please make sure you have the model and serial number of the unit available. Provided the unit has been accepted by PSI3, a 5 digit code will be issued. 2) Turn on ignition and wait for unit to enter normal display mode. 3) In the set up menu, select "FORCE POWER OFF" and wait for unit to switch off. 4) Wait a further 10 seconds 5) Press the UP button and hold in followed very quickly by pressing the DOWN button at the same time. 6) Wait for display to show a single question mark then release buttons immediately. If unit starts up normally then go back to step 2. 7) On the top display line, 5 digits will now be displayed. 8) Enter new value by using the UP arrow to increase overall value by 100 and the DOWN button to increase the overall value by 1. If you make a mistake, press the EXIT key once to zero the value. Pressing the EXIT key when the value is zero will cause the unit to restart just as per normal power up. 9) Once the correct value has been entered press the ENTER key whilst watching the bottom line right hand side of the display. If the code is accepted, the word OK will appear for 2 seconds. The unit will now restart as per normal power up. The procedure is now complete. If the word OK is not displayed, try the whole entry procedure from step 2 once more. If the second attempt fails, do not try again. Please call PSI3 and report the problem.

THE SMALL PRINT


1) PSI3 gives warranty cover on the unit for 1 year after purchase date on a return to us at your cost basis provided the unit has been registered to the original purchaser only. 2) The mechanical, electrical, software designs and documentation are copyright by PSI3 2003. 3) Software is supplied under license and remains the property of PSI3. 4) Software/hardware duplication, disassembly, reverse engineering, modification is strictly prohibited. 5) PSI3 does not guarantee that the unit will prevent any form of engine damage or degradation. 6) PSI3 cannot guarantee the validity of the data given by the vehicles ECU. 6) Use of water injection/NOS facilities is at the users risk. 7) Application and suitability for use is the choice and at the risk of the user. 8) PSI3 will endeavour to ensure vehicle compatibility within the group of vehicles that the unit is designed for. Should the unit not be compatible, the user may request a refund or request a software upgrade. 9) In any warranty claim, the total limit shall be limited to the original purchase price.

ABOUT PSI3
Additional information available via our web site: www.psi3.co.uk including contact details.We are continuously updating and developing existing and new products.Please feel free to send us comments/software bug reports and suggestions for modifications. We are pleased to give help and information on our products but we do NOT offer advice for tuning or repairs.

PSI3 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ECU MONITOR USERS MANUAL

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