Condition: Low voltage observed on data log or Aeroforce gauge.
Diag: Confirm correct voltage by putting a multimeter on the charge post or battery positive terminal. It is common for the ECU to read .5v-1v lower than actual system voltage. Correct voltage is 13.5-14v hot. If voltage still appears to be low, contact J2Fabrication for further instruction.
Condition: Battery light on or no charge.
Diag: Confirm alternator is not charging by using a multimeter on the positive battery terminal. Voltage should read between 13.5-14v typically. If voltage is below 12.7 it is likely that the alternator is not functioning. Press/wiggle on the plug on the bottom of the alternator while observing voltage to see if you get a spike. If you do, it is a common issue that the plug has broken internally. Replace with Ford part number 1U2Z-14S411-TA if you have a 6G, or Ford part number 3U2J-14B475-AA if you have a 4G. This can be purchased directly from me, or through your Ford dealer. If this does not remedy your issue, contact J2Fabrication for further instruction.
Condition: Stewart Components E2512A is not turning on
Diag: Confirm pump has been wired correctly with the supplied instructions. (Note: Pump will have a 6-7second delay from the time of putting power to it to it turning on. This is due to the ESC searching for a can-bus signal. After 6-7seconds of not getting a signal, pump turns on to default set RPM)