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Old Apr 28, 2017, 11:38 PM   #1
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Evoscan reading zero- ECU ID0000

Hopefully some of you Evoscan guru's can help me out.

I'm running into an issue with evoscan not reading the ecu correctly. When I go to start a log, all of the variable values are zero or "x" in each function, is being read as zero. I have done multiple fresh installs of Evoscan and the drivers, yet nothing seems to help. I am not sure if this is a compatibility issue or what. I am no expert by any means with evoscan, so please guide me in the right direction if I am out of place.

Attached pic shows exactly how evoscan looks when I try to log:


The tactrix cable is new and fine; it can pull the rom in ecu flash with no problems.
My computer:
Windows 10 64 bit
Two generic USB hubs
One AMD USB 3.0 hub

Still get the same issue no matter what port is used.

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Old May 1, 2017, 03:51 PM   #2
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BUMP

I wanna get some logging done
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Bump.. Nobody knows how to fix this?
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Has to be some sort of scaling issues. Look how coolant temp is 300+ degrees.
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Has to be some sort of scaling issues. Look how coolant temp is 300+ degrees.
Not sure what is up with the coolant temp but everything else reads 0 for x. All the equations values represent 0 being the input.
Any help is appreciated though!
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what cable is it? your hooked up to both plugs?
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Tactrix 1.3u cable. This is a relatively new cable.
Both are plugs plugged in, ecu flash works fine, I can trigger any actuator in evoscan... Just no logging
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I'm not near my laptop to see Evoscan but maybe try selecting a different ECU in the drop down list.
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