Question about Scytek 2000RS-M Remote Control
The system operates normally, but during the starting function the starter does not stay engaged long enough, thus causing the engine to miss fire. Is there anyway to keep the starter engaged longer?
Yes, you can connect the tach sense wire from the controller(2000rs) to a fuel injector , and select tach monitor in the programming (see manual, available at scytek.net) and it will automaticcally adjust the starter crank time, other way to go is to install a delay card, sutch as the k 141 multi mode timer, and set it to crank for 3-6 seconds when triggered
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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