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Old 07-31-2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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I got my Coolingmist Stg 2 w/controller installed and tuned at Agile Automotive this past weekend. I noticed today that when I went into boost, the green LED stays solid when it should be spraying, then goes off when not spraying. Isn't it supposed to blink rapidly when spraying, and stay solid when a clog is detected? Wouldn't the LED stay solid green all the time if there was a clog? Is it operating normally and I'm misunderstanding the operation of the LEDs? I'm not going to drive the car hard at all until I can find out if everything's working correctly, my VF39's tuned to hit 24 psi and I don't need to do that without meth spraying. Thanks for the help...
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Old 07-31-2006, 11:26 PM   #2
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I got my Coolingmist Stg 2 w/controller installed and tuned at Agile Automotive this past weekend. I noticed today that when I went into boost, the green LED stays solid when it should be spraying, then goes off when not spraying. Isn't it supposed to blink rapidly when spraying, and stay solid when a clog is detected? Wouldn't the LED stay solid green all the time if there was a clog? Is it operating normally and I'm misunderstanding the operation of the LEDs? I'm not going to drive the car hard at all until I can find out if everything's working correctly, my VF39's tuned to hit 24 psi and I don't need to do that without meth spraying. Thanks for the help...

I spoke to jeremy from Agile over the weekend when he installed your kit , your status monitor IS functioning properly.

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Old 07-31-2006, 11:43 PM   #3
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Thanks for the quick reply. So the LED should stay soild while spraying meth? How do I know when the CND is triggered? Solid light all the time, or will it blink rapidly? Also, I wanted to ask you how to tell if I have a newer style pump or not? I bought it recently, but the kit I received had an older style nozzle on it. I just want to make sure I got the newer pump at least. I bought it from ImportImage if it makes a difference. Thanks very much.
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Old 07-31-2006, 11:59 PM   #4
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Thanks for the quick reply. So the LED should stay soild while spraying meth? How do I know when the CND is triggered? Solid light all the time, or will it blink rapidly? Also, I wanted to ask you how to tell if I have a newer style pump or not? I bought it recently, but the kit I received had an older style nozzle on it. I just want to make sure I got the newer pump at least. I bought it from ImportImage if it makes a difference. Thanks very much.
The new pump is black. solid or blinking depends on the setting on the CND. Basically, its just a status indicator. if its lit up when you are not in boost or if its not lit up when you are in boost there is a problem.

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OK, thanks David. Just wanted to be completely sure it was operating correctly before driving it too hard. I'm very pleased with the kit and the results, will post in PPB once Agile sends me the dyno chart.
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