[Diy_efi] LInk engine management user
Van Setten, Tim @ ACSSD
tim.van.setten at L-3com.com
Thu Jan 12 10:40:27 CST 2006
I don't know if your LINK 1, circuit board marked 1998 can be upgraded. I
have never seen one marked 1998. However, if you send them your ECU, it can
be checked out, tested with the upgraded part to see if it can.
If it can't, you don't lose anything (except some time and maybe shipping
costs). Just my $.02 worth.
Once upgraded, the PC can act as a data recorder. You choose what signals
you want to monitor. (All of them if you want).
This works the same with the LINK Plus also.
Just a note, if you already have a LINK LEM4, (circuit board marked 2002 or
2003, those can be upgraded to the LINK LEM5 or version 5 (software marked
These have the advantage of having another user programmable output, plus a
wide-band O2 sensor input, and a few other features.
This too is a chip change and a few other parts as well because it uses a
Hope this info helps......Tim.
From: Remy Sabale [mailto:remy.sabale at gatepacific.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 7:49 PM
To: diy_efi at diy-efi.org
Subject: RE: [Diy_efi] LInk engine management user
I have opened the Link Ecu and the PCB marked is "1998". Is it capable
of upgrading the chip to V4?
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