These common terms all relate to a vehicle that has a computer controlling the butterfly valve in the throttle body, as opposed to a cable operated butterfly valve. When you move the throttle grip or accelerator pedal, an electronic signal is sent to the ECU where it then decides how far to actually open the butterfly valve. There are two common types of ETC; torque based and command based.
Articles in this section
- Trouble locking a Power Vision to your ECM, or flashing a tune?
- Fail to Unlock or Flash Procedures
- Power Vision Autotune Error Condition Descriptions
- Target Tune Troubleshooting Guide
- Power Vision Recovery Info
- What happens if there is a problem with Target Tune?
- How does Target Tune AutoTune process work?
- Do the adaptive fuel factors get committed to my calibration?
- How do I set up channels?
- How can I tell if Target Tune is working?