You want the codes. so your timing is right.Look, there's no EGR on the car.
I just wanted to know how the EEC-IV will respond (spark/fuel adjustments) with these codes, if it will at all.
Doesn't matter now, anyway...I figured out a way to eliminate the codes myself.
Yea I have one of those delete plates. makes my TB linkage bracket hit my heatercore tubes.Okay, now you got my attention...please explain.
The EGR is removed and plated.
If I'm reading the logic descriptions correctly, code 31/32 will cause the EEC to ignore the EGR function altogether and not use the advanced timing, since the EEC considers the EGR to be completely malfunctioned and will apply the tables that use the "closed EGR" logic?Yea I have one of those delete plates. makes my TB linkage bracket hit my heatercore tubes.
Your check engine light will stay on, but with out a chip to turn the EGR function off, it will stay on, but thats what you want. The Function will add timing depending on how far the egr is open(the egr slightly slows the combustion prossess). So EGR codes+no EGR=a good thing.