After 7 months of good operation the throttle showed some problems.When you want idle and place the throttle to idle position (first "click" on the trottle path) it gives me full A/B for that spot.In addition, the throttle path is not the same with the engine's rpm.In full forward throttle position (looking at CCP Viewer) it's not at 110%rpm (full A/B) but at about 100%rpm.The funny is that when i pull the throttle all the way back(behind the first "click") instead of min rpm it gives full A/B(max rpm).I've tried to flash it but the result was the same.Any ideas? Thank you in advance.
Hey voyiager i understand your issue so my advice to just take back to where you got and explain to them more what is happend better then us telling you what to do because we dont want to give bad advice ok thanks
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Oh no, it happened, you are the victim of an error on the <b>Xbox 360 E74</b> feared. Well do not worry my friend, in this article I will show you exactly how to <b>fix E74</b> error free shipping on your system in two months.<br />
The first way to correct this error is very simple, it might just be the AV cable. The first thing you can try is to unplug the AV cable and blow off the dust that could be built up contacts. Then try hooking it back up and turn it on.<br />
If you still have errors trying to get a new AV cable, or you can borrow one from a friend so you do not buy a new cable, if not the solution either. Once you have the new AV cable, plug it in, turn on your <b>Xbox 360</b>, and if the error is still ongoing, so you must go to the following method to determine the<b> error E74</b>.<br />
If the AV cable is not working, you have to go to a bit of a more complex method to correct the error. You can still fix, but the methods can be explained in an article.<br />
You can find the <b>Xbox 360 repair</b> guide on the internet which are very detailed instructions on how to correct the error E74 and other errors, such as freezing, no video problem and the Red Ring of Death. These instructions are usually very detailed step-by-step. Better manuals including pictures and video of the process, so you can be sure you understand every step of the repair.<br />
What the 2 red rings of light are telling you is one of a couple of things could be at fault. Now the first thing you should do is switch your xbox off at the mains and leave it unplugged for an hour to cool down, now the 2 lights mean one of 2 error problems the first is that the av lead is not fitted properly so removing and refitting this would solve that problem. How ever the most likely cause your getting this warning is due to over heating so to solve this problem you need to do the following.
1. switch off at mains and leave off for at least an hour. 2. get a vac with the brush attatchment and give the air vents a good vac out to remove any dust and fluff that may be blocking the air vents( dont take your console apart to do this just do it from the outside) 3. before you switch it back on make sure you are not using the xbox whilst it is resting on carpet as this causes the air not to circulate properly causing the problem you have, the same goes for not putting it on top of anything giving of heat such as dvd player or sky/cable box it needs to be sitting on a flat surface that dont give off any heat. 4. make sure you xbox is getting vented air properly dont put your xbox in a confined space it needs to be on an open shelf to ensure properly cooling. 5. make sure you fit all the leads into the telly and the xbox correctly ensuring that the av lead is pushed in far enough. 6. after its been off for 1 hour refit it all and switch it back on and give it a try it should now be working.
How ever if you have got this far and its still not working then the damage could be all ready done and need sending off fore repair, what happens is that once it has over heated this causes the bond between the cooling vents and the circuit board to fail causing the processor chip to over heat the fail so it could need this replacing. If it dont work then check you have any warranty left if you have then the chances are if you take it back to where you brought it from they will then replace it for you.
How ever if your warranty has ran out and you have no option but try and get it repaired then the first thing you should do is use google to find an xbox 360 repair guide their are loads of them on google and these will give you step by step instructions on the best way to remove the outer case of your xbox 360 once you have done this get a small paint brush and brush off all the dust and fluff you can see( only take your xbox apart at your own risk repair is never guaranteed and you could do further damage to it, please dont mess with anything inside your xbox as im not telling you to do this leave this to a pro all im telling you to do is take the case off and give your dusty xbox a good clean with a clean paint brush). After you have removed the dust get a vac with brush and vac out all the dust dont get the vac to close to the circuit board as you can cause damage just have it close enough to pick up any dust.
Once you have done this put your case back on and then give it a try if it works then well done you have fixed your xbox, if it dont work then its going to cost you money to locate the fault and for parts and for someone to fix it for you, now depending on the cost would depend on wether its worth getting fixed or not, the problem is you can buy a good second hand one now for next to nothing so you need to work out the costs involved compared to buying a second hand or even a new one. The problem with paying for repairs is that you could get it fixed and then something else goes wrong and this would then cost your more money, how ever buying second hand can also have its risks as you never know how long the one you buy is going to last so you need to think about this when making you choice.
Xbox 360 are great consoles and can last for ages as long as you look after them its worth doing the following on monthly basis. 1 vac out all the air vents around the console to remove any dust or fluff build up. 2. remove and refit all the leads mainly the av lead to ensure this is fitted correctly as this can give you the two red rings warning so bare this in mind. 3 looking after your console will ensure it lasts as long as possible, i have had mine for years and have never had any problems but i do maintain mine myself and give it a good clean every month and the same goes for my ps3, how ever doing this will never ensure it will always work as parts do fail over time and can fail at any time so looking after it just ensures you have done all you can to protect your xbox from any dust or fluff stopping it cooling down correctly
If you purchased it new from a trustworthy retailer just 3 months ago, and are already getting red-ringed, then send it into Microsoft ASAP. The warranty should still be good on it if it was indeed purchased new, and they will fix it or send you a new Xbox depending on the status of the problem. If it's purchased used or from a 3rd party-then you are out of luck and need to get a repair kit, take it to a professional for repair, or get a new Xbox. Usually with the older versions, not getting enough ventilation is due to the fan being placed too close to the motherboard, and the board overheats because not enough air can be drawn through. Get it exchanged if possible.
Guys - here's the deal. doesn't matter what your parental settings are. If you used your birthday day when creating your xbox live gamer profile, which can't be changed even by microsoft xbox live support, and your under 18, then your out of luck. Call xbox live supports 800 number and explain the problem. you will eventually talk to a supervisor and they will offer a 6 month free subscription to xbox live which you use to create a new profile (with an adults date of birth). You can use your old profile for other game until it runs out, then let it expire.
It honestly sounds like its the disc and not the drive. Try cleaning your disc in warm soapy water and dry it with a soft cloth. If that dosen't help try it in someone elses system.If it does the same thing in theirs then take it to a Blockbuster Video or a Gamestop and see if they will put it in their machine and resurface it. I think they charge a couple of bucks to do it.
you probably should not be asking how to pirate games in a public forum, Software piracy is a serious crime, one that Microsoft does not take too kindly. Just go buy a used game at a video game store, if you don't like it, most places will let you exchange it within 7 days.
there is a silver membership that comes with the xbox that allows you to go to the market place and download updates. A gold membership does cost money but most games come with a free month of gold membership. You can also buy points off the xbox. or pay monthly. Hope this helps. gl.