Hoping someone might be able to offer some advice. I'm looking to adjust the Throttle Position Sensor on my car, as I am getting bad throttle response/kangarooing at low revs. Up until now I have taken the car to a specialist to get this sorted (along with balancing the throttle bodies), but it seems to not last long before I get problems again, so I want to learn to adjust the TPS and balance the RB)
I understand from other posts that I should be able to check the TPS voltage with "easimap" software, by connecting my laptop to my ECU. I ordered an MBE CAN mapping kit, and received this today, but it wasn't until I went to connect it that I found that the garage had installed a serial cable onto the ECU instead of a OBD.
The guys who sold me the CAN mapping kit said that I can get a OBD connector (which I can wire into the back of my ECU plug in place of the serial cable), then I Can use the mapping kit
Should this work, or is there some reason why the garage attached a serial cable instead? Am I on the right track? The car is a 2004 R300 k-series (with RBTB). There doesn't seem to be anything helpful written on the ECU itself.