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    2000 V11 Bassa
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    Corning, NY
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  2. So I have successfully saved my ECU map and see a procedure for resetting the TPS using Guzzidiag. It states that it should be done when writing a map to the ECU. If I use the reset function with my current map would it correct values based on readings of current values? Would it make sense to do this?
  3. I think he has a tonti bassa (just guessing) so the TPS is on the bottom of the throttle body on the left. I did post this hastily before I went to work and yes there is more to do such as bypass screws, idle balancing and midrange balancing after setting the TPS. I was not trying to give a complete guide as to how to do it, just to mostly point out that a number of other things need to be addressed before getting into Guzzi Diag. I would recommend reading the thread you linked as well as googling it to read several other extensive threads on this. This is a good one to read too. http://bradthebikeboy.blogspot.com/2012/10/throttle-position-sensor-setting_21.html I read and printed out about a half dozen guides/how to's before I attempted my first TPS reset/TB sync. I followed Meinolf's recommended settings for my Tonti frame 1100s. Oh, gosh . . . I totally missed that Bassa reference. Seems I am the hasty poster! Well I am on a site that is focused on another model. Right now I'm kind of thrashing around trying to learn how to use Fuel Injection diagnostics and tuning. I am leaning and moving in a positive direction. I've learned that I can't adjust my idle speed by turning a screw on a carburetor. I'll go back out to my garage and save the map that I have so I don't leave myself totally in a bad way if a mishap occurs.
  4. I think he has a tonti bassa (just guessing) so the TPS is on the bottom of the throttle body on the left. I did post this hastily before I went to work and yes there is more to do such as bypass screws, idle balancing and midrange balancing after setting the TPS. I was not trying to give a complete guide as to how to do it, just to mostly point out that a number of other things need to be addressed before getting into Guzzi Diag. I would recommend reading the thread you linked as well as googling it to read several other extensive threads on this. This is a good one to read too. http://bradthebikeboy.blogspot.com/2012/10/throttle-position-sensor-setting_21.html I read and printed out about a half dozen guides/how to's before I attempted my first TPS reset/TB sync. I followed Meinolf's recommended settings for my Tonti frame 1100s. The "Throttle valve potentiometer" is on the bottom left of the throttle body. It is a 2000 Bassa. The workshop manual has a spec of 150mV.
  5. I just purchased the cables (Audi) to connect to my ECU and am not being successful at getting a connection. I can see the USB to OBD2 listed as a device connected through a com port. I'm using Windows 10 for an OS. When I start Guzzidiag it finds the comm port but when I execute the connect command and switch the ignition on it tells me that the ignition switch is off. I have one more question: I just installed Power Commander IIIUSB and it connects fine with my PC. Can I do does PCIIIUSB have the capability to do everything Guzzidiag can do?
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