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Old 05-15-2012, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Need help with greddy auto full auto turbo timer....

please anyone can help me???
this is what happened...

i have my evo 8 for over a year and it came with the greddy full auto turbo timer everything worked great every time i shut off car it would take 10s to shut of or more without the key...
yesterday my battery died so i jump started it and now i think it reset everything and it wont work like before, i have no idea how to set up ...even looked on the manual and tried a couple things but still every time i turn off the key the car will shut off even with the timer on....

have this happened with anybody before?????can anybody help me set up to shut off 10s after i take the key off.....if you can do step by step that will be great....
any question let me know..

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Old 05-16-2012, 07:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you tried setting the time on it? Hold the far left button then press the far right button and it should show on the display the timing you want in 10's. Wiring for the timer isn't difficult either, just follow the wires and make sure its all connected correctly. Something must have happened to where the timer isn't communicating with your starter.. seems very strange though, I personally have disconnected my battery and left it out for weeks and the timer still retained the settings. Never had an issue...
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