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    2004.5

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    TOUCH

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    Vancouver, Wa

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  1. Udc or udc pro will make that thing run at peak performance if tuned by the right guy. Check out our tuner forums for some contacts that can get you the most bang for your buck as it far exceeds ssr
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    Help with my touch 2003

    Here is how mine is set up. I have compound turbos, but cannot see over 44psi right now on touch. So i still have 2 mechanical boost gauges. But i use the touch for drag racing launch as much finer scale than my mechanicals.
  3. Coaltrain

    Help with my touch 2003

    Set minimum to zero zone 2 20, zone 3 40
  4. Start adjusting them slowly and when i get home i will check some of my files and try and assist somemore. I switched over to udc long ago so i need to look up my notes on ssr dyno runs
  5. Coaltrain

    Help with my touch 2003

    Nate, Is the touch the only fueling upgrades you have? Bill
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    Jr06 towing heavy (15k)

    Do you have the revo settings on default? Next time you are pulling drop POD down to 80% as that is where most of my hotshot drivers run their trucks empty and loaded. What sort of elevation do you spend most of your time in?
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    Vin Locked Smarty Jr

    XCC_Rider did you get the issue resolved? As if no access to the original ecm that the unit was programmed to is no longer available that will require a board replacement. Contact me under the support tab and I can assist you with getting this unlocked for use on your truck
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    Jr06 towing heavy (15k)

    At what RPM are you seeing the 1200*? Typically I do not see temps that high while towing my 07 5.9L race truck on my trailer not quite 15 k but close.
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    Help with my touch 2003

    Nate Are you looking for what values to set the ranges on the gauge displays? If so shoot me a call at 503.908.7783 and I can help walk you through any questions you may have Bill
  10. No Problem , keep me posted. I would love to hear how tuning goes!
  11. Yes I started there on my 04.5 with 62/65/13 over s475 with BBI stage 1 injectors , colt cam , dunrite full built trans. I used that as a starting point then tuned from there
  12. I would recommend starting at LLT-15 HLT-33 LLD-30 HLD-15 LLRP-50 HLRP-50 these are somewhat close to TNTR SW #7
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    Smarty Touch ECM Errors

    Error Range: 11000: Description: Unsupported ECM Type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and ECM calibration ) 11001 & 11002: Description: ECM Calibration is not valid. Solution: Report to Smarty Resource truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 11004: Description: ECM is Offline Solution: Turn Key On. Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. 110**: Description: ECM calibration wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse. Check battery voltage. 11100: Description: Unsupported ECM type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 11101 & 11102: Description: VIN # is not valid Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 11104: Description: ECM is offline Solution: Turn key on. Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. 111**: Description: ECM VIN # wrong communication Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse. Check battery voltage. 11300: Description: Unsupported ECM type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and ECM calibration ) 113**: Description: Unknown ECM bootloader Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the ECM calibration and VIN # for a recovery. 11750: Description: Unsupported ECM type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 1176* & 1178*: Description: PoD wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. 12000: Description: Unsupported ECM type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and ECM calibration) 12001: Description: ECM calibration is not valid Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and ECM calibration) 12001: Description: ECM calibration is not valid Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and ECM calibration) 12002: Description: VIN # is not valid Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 12003 & 12004: Description: Internal Error Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 12005, 12006 & 12007: Description: ECU Mismatch Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 12008: Description: Internal Error Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ). 12009: Description: Internal Error Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 1202*: Description: ECM start programming phase wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse. Check battery voltage. 1204*, 1206*, 1208*, 1210*, 1212* and 1214*: Description: TIPM wrong communication Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse. Check battery voltage. 1216*: Description: CAN ECM not responding to start programming phase. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 1226*: Description: SCI EEProm data wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 1230* - 1268*: Description: ECM programming wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 12700: Description: Unsupported ECM type Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 1272*, 1274* & 1276*: Description: High idle enable wrong communication. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 12800 & 12801: Description: Internal Error Solution: Report to Smarty Resource the truck information ( VIN# and calibration ) 1282*, 1284*, 1286* and 1288*: Description: Write VIN # wrong communication Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 13***: Description: ECM initial request wrong communication Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. Reset ECM by unplugging the batteries for a while. 16110-16114: Description: SCI ECM not resonding to start programming phase. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 16210, 16251, 16271 & 16291: Description: SCI ECM wrong communication to programming phase. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 1651*, 1653*, 1655* & 1657*: Description: SCI ECM not responding to Trip data requests. Solution: Check and clean connection cable and OBDII port. Remove the ABS fuse during the programming. Check battery voltage. 166**: Description: CAN ECM not responding to Trip data requests. Solution: Check CAN bus connection. Always report the SMARTY Touch firmware version and truck information: VIN # and ECM calibration # ( VER ) To obtain this information just use the menu points: " SMARTY Touch Information " and " ECM Information " under " Smarty Touch Info " menu point. Errors from 11000-111** can be possibly resolved with a recovery. NOTE: * character denotes a wildcard position which can be any digit (0-9).
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    Smarty S03 Error Code List

    Error messages description CAN ERROR # Cause: A problem in the CAN Bus communication. Solution: Check connection cable or contact Smarty Resource if the problem persists CCD ERROR # Cause: The communication with ABS Solution: Check connection cable or check ABS unit. COMM. TIME OUT Cause: The ECM of the vehicle doesn’t answer to Smarty Solution: Turn the ignition key on (DO NOT START ENGINE) or Check the connection cable ECM Changed Cause: The ECM unit of the vehicle has been changed Solution: Restore the original ECM back to STOCK before changing ECM Empty Memory, Please Update Cause: The last Update operation (through USB port) has been unsuccessfully completed. Smarty memory has been corrupted. Solution: Repeat the Update operation. The data files are available on the Smarty Resource internet site. INTERNAL ERROR # Cause: Smarty internal malfunction Solution: Call Smarty Resource assistance. Memory Error Cause: A malfunction in the Smarty’s memory Solution: Call Smarty Resource assistance. Memory Written/Wrong Data File Cause: The update file transmitted to Smarty through USB port is corrupted. Solution: Download again the update file from Smarty resource internet site and update Smarty with the correct file. PROGRAM ABORTED Cause: The ECM update function has been interrupted Solution: Restore the ECM to STOCK with the recovery procedure. S/N Verify Error Cause: The serial number of your vehicle has not been verified Solution: Check connection cable. SW Version doesn’t Match S/N Cause: The ECM software version doesn’t match with the serial number Solution: Please contact Smarty Resource. UNKNOWN SOFTWARE Cause: Your vehicle contains a software version unknown to Smarty. Solution: Please contact Smarty Resource. VIN# Locked Cause: ECM Serial number doesn’t match Solution: Restore the original vehicle back to STOCK before connecting Smarty to a new vehicle. VIN# LOCKED Cause: Smarty has been connected through a different bus (CAN or SCI) Solutions: Restore the original vehicle back to STOCK before connecting Smarty to a new vehicle. WRONG CAN BUS Cause: The connection between Smarty and the ECM is not correct. Solution: Please contact Smarty Resource. WRONG COMMUNICATION Cause: The communication between Smarty and the ECM unit is disturbed. Solution: Check the connection cable or the battery charge level. WRONG VIN# Cause: The serial number of your vehicle is not valid Solution: Wait 30 seconds with the ignition key on and try again. Error codes description This chapter in intended as a first description of the error codes shown by Smarty only. Please contact Smarty Resource for more details. INTERNAL ERROR 1 Cause: Smarty EEPROM hardware malfunction. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource for Smarty replacement. 2 Cause: Data software error Solution: Update Smarty. If the problem is not solved. Please contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version. 3 Cause: Software malfunction in the ABS programming. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource reporting the tire diameter programmed. 4 Cause: Flash memory hardware error. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource for assistance. 5 Cause: Flash memory type unknown. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource for assistance 6 Cause: CAN bus controller malfunction. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource for assistance. 7 Cause: Data checksum error Solution: Update Smarty. If the problem is not solved. Please contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected. 8 Cause: Data checksum error Solution: Update Smarty. If the problem is not solved. Please contact Smarty Resource 9 Cause: Data software error Solution: Update Smarty. If the problem is not solved. Please contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected. WRONG COMMUNICATION: 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 14, 41, 51, 61, 71 Cause: Communication time-out Solution: · Check and clean connection cable, Remove he ABS fuse during the programming, Check battery voltage. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 42, 43 Cause: Wrong answer from ECM Solution: Check and clean connection cable, Remove the ABS fuse during the programming, Check battery voltage. 21 Cause: Error during ECM memory erase Repeat the programming operation. 52 Cause: Checksum not accepted Solution: Check and clean connection cable, Remove he ABS fuse during the programming, Check battery voltage. 62, 72 Cause: Programming not accepted Solution: Repeat the programming operation. If the problem is not solved, update Smarty. If the problem is still present, please contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected. 65 Cause: Programming not verified Solution: Contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected. 68 Cause: Error in EEPROM length Solution: Contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version. 92 Cause: Hardware fault in PCI line (ABS) Solution: Check the ABS connection or contact Smarty Resource for assistance. 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 Cause: PCI line error (ABS) Solution: Check the ABS connection. CAN ERROR: 103, 105 Cause: Hardware fault in CAN bus Solution: Check CAN bus connection or contact Smarty Resource for assistance. 110, 111, 115, 116, 126, 127, 128, 129, 135, 137, 155, 156, 157, 158, 177, 179, 180, 182 Cause: CAN bus transmit time out. Solution: Check CAN bus connection. 112, 117, 122, 151, 159, 160, 161, 171, 172, 173, 176, 178, 181 Cause: CAN bus receiving time out. Solution: Check CAN bus connection. 113, 119, 120 Cause: CAN bus wrong communication. Solution: Check CAN bus connection and repeat operation. 125 Cause: Access code denied. Solution: Retry the operation. 132, 153 Cause: Memory address not accepted. Solution: Contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected. 133, 154 Cause: Programming not accepted. Solution: Recover the ECM with Smarty and report the ECM software version and CaTCHER level selected to Smarty Resource. 134, 138 Cause: ECM doesn't restart Solution: Recover the ECM with Smarty and report the ECM software version to Smarty Resource. 139, 140, 141, 142 Cause: VIN# not accepted Solution: Retry the operation. 149 Cause: Error in EEPROM length Solution: Contact Smarty Resource reporting the exact ECM software version. 152 Cause: Checksum not accepted. Solution: Check and clean connection cable, Check battery voltage. 162 Cause: Internal hardware fault Solution: Contact Smarty Resource for assistance
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