You don't tell me what car you have. But on the old Fiat's that's the Injection Timing. DON'T mess with it.JELLYBEAN said:in adaptations-what is channel 4 used for?
channel 1- iq, channel 2-idle, 3-egr
Well, you STILL don't have told me type of car or engine code (2000 TDi, do you know how many 2000 TDi engines there are ?).JELLYBEAN said:I realize now, that i made a mistake; and as i have mentioned previously;
i wish to correct it.
The next time someone is in basic settings, could they just check
the default value number, and let me know? I wish to change it,
however; as earlier mentioned, I neglected to write it down.
"do not touch" does not apply as I already erred.
Static timing is changed at the IP, dynamic timing is changed in VAG-COM.rdkern said:Put it back to default. Adjusting the injection timing is done at the IP, not with VagCom. You CHECK it with VagCom.
OK - but what timing is he interested in? Do we know of anything that is improved with a change in the dynamic timing? This is changing how the ecu is trying to respond to information - static timing is basically where the timing is when the ecu isn't awake yet.Bob_Fout said:Static timing is changed at the IP, dynamic timing is changed in VAG-COM.