daniel 9-3 schreef: ↑
do 31 jan, 2019 11:30
ReinO schreef:ik heb nog wel kopieën liggen -geplastificeerd- want dan blijven ze mooi.
Staat daar ook op waar de waardes binnen moeten vallen?
Dat is een hele goede vraag... ik heb wel wat, zoals dit lijstje hieronder.
Overpeinzing - er zou misschien een soort wiki oid kunnen zijn met de gedeelde kennis erover.
Deze is niet in het Engels.. voor de meesten denk ik onleesbaar https://github.com/OpenSID/OpenSID/wiki
Hier zou eventueel een uibreiding op kunnen komen - als iemand de opensid pagina wil aanmaken etc. https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saab_Automobile
En misschien is het handig om het hele verhaal te combineren op de tech2 hobby-site. https://www.tech2wiki.com/doku.php
Dan is er een verzameling te maken van alle technische parameters, beschrijvingen en ervaringsgetallen.
Nu alleen nog veel vrije tijd. hahaha
Good Day All
clearly I have a degree of spare time on my hands, and the novelty of openSID is still with me. I have compiled a list from several I've found online (including Saabnoob's) and alphabetised them. I'm enjoying familiarising myself with and understanding the wealth of data available, so to this end I would be grateful for any additions, corrections and other info you might be able to add.
Many of the parameters are specific to automatics, some to ethanol/biofuel and maybe to model year etc.
Some of the explanations are quotes from the original sites and are a bit sketchy so further clarification would be appreciated.
I'd be grateful if any additions etc. are placed at the end, not inserted, so I can find them! Luckily the formatting hasn't completely gone to hell in a handcart, but the .pdf attachment is more user-friendly.
Many Thanks - cardboardcutout
Open SID codes compiled from various sources
Aadd Additive Adaption (if when stationary, could be vac leak). 0.01%
Aadp Adaption of throttle area
Actu Battery volts
AdpN Adaption value for idle speed regulation, drive not activated
AdpD Adaption value for idle speed regulation, drive activated
AMR Engine intervention required by ESP
Awk1 or 2 Knock sensitivity. Above 40 is preferred
Amul Long Term Lambda average/multiplicative adaption. Diff. between values in fuel table and lambda probe feedback, in 0.01%. T7 adjusts between +/- 25%. Proper function is +/- 5% (i.e. +500 to -500)
Apur HC content % in purge air. 0.01%
ay Brake pressure automatically applied by ESP
Badp Boost pressure adaption
BMR Brake intervention required by ESP
CLUi Inhibit coast slip lock up
Cmem Tip in/out active. 0 = Tip in not active, 1 = Tip in is active, 2 = Tip out is active
Crnk E85 crankcase fuel measurement?
CSLU Coast lock up slip state. 0 = no request, 1 = fuel cut inhibit, 2 = fuel cut allowed
Disp “if feed 0-5 volt from a wideband lamba to ECU pin 16, can display signal in AFR or lambda”
DTI Driver's torque intention
ECMS Calculated Catalyst temp (not a measured value).
ECMS Parameter causing the max mReq 10=pedalmap, 11=cruise control, 12=idle control, 20=max engine torque, 21= traction control, 22=manual gearbox limit, 23=automatic gearbox limit, 24=stall limit automatic, 25=special mode, 26=reverse limit automatic, 27=missfire diagnose limit, 28=brake management, 29=diff prot automatic, 31=max vehicle speed, 40=LDA request, 41=Min Load, 50=knock airmass limit, 51=max engine speed, 52=max air for lambda1, 53=max turbo speed, 54=crankcase vent error, 55=faulty APC, 61=engine tipin limitation, 62=engine tipout limitation, 70=Safety Switch, 80=engine temp limit
Eenb EGT algorithm would be active IF fitted
Fcod error codes, stored OBD error, in decimals. Convert to hex to find P code.
FFac Fuel factor from the purge function. 0.01%
FFAd Fuel flow from purge. 0.01 mg/s
Flow Actual purge flow. 1 mg/s
FMXF Max allowed purge flow, w. resp. to max allowed fuel factor at actual load.
Frez Adaption freeze status
Fuel Fuel consumption
Gear Auto. 2 = rev., 3 = neutral, 5 = 1st, 6 = 2nd, 7 = 3rd, 8 = 4th, 11 = 3rd lockup, 12 = 4th lockup
GSI TCM prevented from shifting
HCnt HC content in purge air in 0.1% (note Apur, HC content % in purge air)
Ifac A value used in PID control for the boost solenoid
Igna Ign point in degrees before (if its +ve) TDC
In.X Accelerator pedal position [Note also Xacc, throttle position] Range 0 - 130
Ioff Adjustment of ign point, degrees. Poss. due knock, high/low intake T, high/low coolant T
Iput Transmission input rpm (turbine speed). (Detects load change for engine when gear engaged)
JeLi Threshold value for changing shift pattern to no lockup
Jerk engine jerk factor
KnkD Knocks detected. Can be displ. for a single cyl. Detection often occurs before a real one, as a precaution
Kph1 vehicle speed, front left wheel. Range 0 - 300
Kph2 “ “ , rear “ “ “ “
Lamb from front O2 sensor after conversion. Short term fuel trim. Best +/- 800 (8%)
LIMP whether or not in limp mode
LmSt Lambda status – open or closed loop
Lwsi Steering angle (see also Vgif)
Lwsl Lateral acceleration, ESP cars
Mair max torque request from TCS via CAN
mAir achieved air mass, mg, single combustion. Should be <30 from mReq
Meng torque, Nm (only correct with a calibrated nominal torque). Range -100 to 400
MiFi Actual count since last start. Normal after throttle lift-off, concern if during boost.
Miss Incomplete/failed combustions. Usually after sudden release of WOT
Mlow Lowest torque allowed by ECU limiters (lowest?)
Mnom Nominal torque at certain engine speed and inlet air mass
mReq Requested air mass in mg, single combustion. Should be <30 from mAir
MTCM Max engine torque request from TCM. Range -100 to 400
Mtot Total torque request, ESP cars
MxLo Lambda protected Max Load (air mass) for closed loop duing normal conditions
Nolg Ign retard not allowed due overheating the Cat
nErr No of stored errors
Oput TCM gearbox output speed converted to vehicle speed
Pair Ambient P, hectopascals/millibars. SL P is 1000 = 1 bar (although standard atmosphere is 1013.2 @ 15 degress C at SL)
Pbef P in charge air pipe before TB
Peng HP (only correct with a calibrated nominal torque)
Pdif P diff betw ambient and manifold
Perc Ratio - purge flow/air mass flow. 0.01%
Pfac A value used in PID control for the boost solenoid
Pinl P in intake manifold. Real boost or vac pressure
PMXF Max purge flow allowed by the Pdif. 1 mg/s
Ppwm Purge value PWM. 0.1%
PrSt Purge status
PWM Duty cycle of the bypass valve. “Signals how much air is sent to the wastegate actuator and how much back to the cobra”
ReFu E85 adaption value for refuel
ReqF Requested purge flow. 1 mg/s
Rpm RPM. Range 25 - 8000
SfuL E85 adaption for saved fuel level
ShPn Active TCM Shift Pattern. 0 = Eco, 1 = Pwr, 2 = Wusp, 3 = Wnl, 4 = US1, 5 = US2, 6 = Hot1, 7 = Hot2, 8 = Jerk, 9 = Rep, 10 = DS, 11 = Tap U/D
TAir Charge pipe intake air temp. Range -40 to 140.
Tclc calculated EGT
Teng Coolant temp
Texh EGT assuming the relevant sensor is fitted
Tign No ign retard above this exh temp
Tlim Exhaust T limit for the front lambda
Tlmp Which limp mode its in
Tmap Efficiency goal for the adaption systems. A calc. T assuming steady rpm, load and ign.
TngA Coolant temp
tSta start time, volt drop to 1000 rpm in .001 sec
TTCM Auto . gearbox oil temp
tTCM Max engine torque duration
Vfue Fuel level
vGif steering angle, ESP cars (Also Lwsi)?
VgIf Yaw velocity (ESP)
vVLF Left front wheel speed. Range 0 - 300
vVRF Right front wheel speed
Xacc Throttle plate position %, range 0 - 100 [Note pedal position is In.x]
Parameters 1 – 20, common to All modes (as on 2004 (MY) 9-5 Aero, Saabnoobed)
Rpm Lamb Igna Teng Tair Ioff Meng Mlow nErr Pbef Pinl Pair mReq mAir Miss Pfac Ifac PWM tSta LIMP p
Parameters 22 - 33
Mode 0 – Adpation AdpN AdpD Aadp Amul Aadd Apur Akw1 Akw2 Tlmp nErr Fcod MiFi
Mode 1 - Texh Tmap Tlim Tclc Ioff mAir Eenb Lamb Tair ExST LmSt Tign
Mode 2 – TCM/Fuel/DTI Tair TTCM Gear Fuel ShPn Xacc Iput DTI Pair Rpm Meng Peng
Mode 3 – TCM/GSI/CSLU Pgsi GSIs Gear Peng GSI Xacc Jerk Meng CLUi JeLi Mclc CSLU
Mode 4 – TCM/Trq/Speed tTCM Meng Gear MTCM Mlow Xacc ShPn Oput Kph1 In.x Cmem Kph2
Mode 5 – ESP Nolg Tign Mair Mtot Mnom ay Lwsl vGif BMR AMR vVLF vVRF
Mode 6 – Purge PrSt Ppwm Pdif Flow ReqF Perc FFac FFAd HCnt Frez PMXF FMXF
The modes are software dependant, they aren't always in that order and can have different values in them.
Couple of corrections:
LAMB - this is the actual reading from the front lambda sensor, not the short term fuel trim. It should ideally wander +200 to -200 roughly 2-3 times per second for a healthy lambda sensor.
PWM - This is the pulse width modulated signal (the longer the pulse the more the valve is open) to the boost control valve. Due to the construction of the valve even if the PWM signal is at 980 (98% is as far as it will go) i.e. the valve is told to be as open as it can there will still be a proportion of air going to the wastegate actuator, it cannot divert all or even 98% of it due to there being a permanent connection to the actuator.
PINL is absolute pressure in the inlet manifold. To get boost pressure / vacuum you need to take off PAIR i.e if PINL is 2100 and PAIR is 985 then you have a boost pressure of 2100-985 = 1115mBar or 1.115 bar.