Great find. Had no idea.
You can wire it (AF1) directly to the ignition (battery after turning the key) this is an installation option and runs great on mine. You can see the two options in the manual.Yeah, apparently the AF1/AF2 are powered by the ECU, which cause the ECU voltage to drop & make it freak out.
From my understanding you need to pin an extra wire ( from the green/white speed signal wire) to the ecu connector to have the launch control working.Another day another problem.....
Purchased Launch Control & it shows up as purchased in the app. The lock is gone on the xTune app monitor screen, but I cannot turn it on. Every time I click the LC "on" button the app crashes!
I have already done this. Either way, the LC "ON" button should not crash the app.......From my understanding you need to pin an extra wire ( from the green/white speed signal wire) to the ecu connector to have the launch control working.
Installed the AF2 power harness, now the idle voltage is a pretty steady 12v on the ECU (shown in the xTune app) rather than 11.3-11.4 at times even lower depending on if it wanted to idle normal or not.... battery is 13+ at idle & 14+ over 2-3k . Idles pretty good now, will have to get some seat time & see if AT can work out the bugs in the map. TPS seems to be reading better now too, had to loosen the screw & ever so slightly rotate it until it was reacting like it should & lock it down again.Report back after trying the fix!
Found this to be inaccurate.... and accurate at the same timeFrom my understanding you need to pin an extra wire ( from the green/white speed signal wire) to the ecu connector to have the launch control working.
Been through 2 new batteries since installing aRacer stuff in hopes of better results..... Just got a WickedGrom power harness HERE, that separated the power feeding the AF2 from the MiniX, reads 12-13v on the ECU now (through the app). Still 13+ at idle & over 14v above 3k at the battery. Harness basically moves the power supply source of the AF1/AF2 from the ECU to the tail light circuit, seems to have taken a load off the ECU so it acts better both get a steadier power source.I had the exact same issues with mine. Changed the battery out as it was 2 year old (only 400km but) and new battery works a treat. Might try seperate routing of the AF2 module as I noticed a massive difference in voltage when I unplug the AF2 module. I was seriously cursing the AF2 module until I changed the battery.