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Old 09-19-2008, 09:44 AM   #11 (permalink)
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It is not in paypal proper either. Can you PM me the email address it says on the payment?

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Sure, it's on the way just as soon as I can send it.
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Got It! Thanks!! Will send out ASAP
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Awesome, thanks. Look forward to it.
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I didn't see this until today when the auction is already over. DCB, if you are still looking for money, money I have. What I lack is prime time soldering skills. I'll pay $100 if you want to make another.
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No arguments here I'll send you a PM
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I wasn't expecting it to arrive until later this week, but I got it today. I'll probably get around to hooking it up this weekend. Although, I'm tempted to work on it tomorrow afternoon. I've got velcro and splice connectors ready to go. Now all I need is a little bit of time to get it together and I should be good to go. Thanks, again

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Sweet! Let me know if you have any questions.
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Sweet! Let me know if you have any questions.
10-4...actually I do have one. The only connections to the car are the four (as labeled by the diagram on the "tests" wiki page)? The 7805 threw me off a little bit since there isn't one on the diecimila (I don't think...)

I uploaded the latest (v0.73) to my diecimila and swapped the chips. Hopefully I'll get it working tomorrow. I already have some decent baseline numbers to start out with. I filled up today...I should have waited until tomorrow to fill up so I could start a more exact calibration, but that can wait until next tank.

This thing is thin enough to mount (with velcro) to a little piece of upholstery between my gauge cluster and steering column.

I do wish I had a power supply rigged up so I don't have to wait until tomorrow to power it up in the car, but I can wait. This time tomorrow I should be all set up and can probably get my car back into a somewhat normal state (can't have a passenger now because there are wires, tools, and pieces of glovebox in the way still
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Oh, another thing... I noticed the 5-pin header across the board from the +12/VSS/INJ/GND connector....what is the 5-pin header for? It wasn't in the pictures on the original (1st) MPGuino release one workspace thread. Thanks.

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