I know it cost money to work on them, I am a dealer also. Block offs are handy, but rubber works all the same, just like we do on the saws that don't have block offs made for them.Ya, he hasn't bought the block off kit yet. Dealers have to spend over a couple hundred bucks just to work on these things correctly.
Yes run it under load for 3-5 minutes, the module reads anytime the saw is running and monitors a boat load of things. The diagnostics build into the module are the temp, fuel valve and throttle position tests along with a bunch of error codes.When you pull the saw out of the box you are suppose to run the saw under a load for 5 minutes. I believe the computer on the carb will read four codes, and you must have the computer program to make a new carb work.
See, with all this computer stuff I'll stick with my 262. I remember when electronic ignitions first came out. Sometimes for whatever reasons my old 44 Husky wouldn't run. My buddy had a 028 Stihl that had the pts. He used to change them every fall. Always ran. Never came home empty handed. When I went to a Husky dealer to buy a 162 wouldn't sell me one. Said the electronic ignition systems were bogus. I like KISS. Give me my old Mac 10-10, or the Homelite super XL. They're still running. ? when they work out the bugs I'll consider getting a 562. But $700? Man we used to get saws for $35-50!I have a 555 thats been at the dealer for over 3 weeks now . He knows its a carb issue but can't get the programmer? from husky to diagnose it . He gave me another 555 to run while we wait , but I'm afraid to use it
Have been quite a few of these saws sold and very, very few problems so far.this is to much stupid bs on chainsaw!!! so much more to go wrong and have problems with like what is goin on here! reprogram? so you need to take the software and a computer to cut firewood now! unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i'm under the impression that yes there is a sensor run by the ignition system thats located on the carb.I am curious. Do they have a sensor in the system somewhere to tell it how much fuel should be delivered? What kind of sensor is it and where is it located? Between the two charts that you show there seems to be a big difference in the carb settings.
i've done 1 master reset so far. and 1 fuel settings reset. and 1 software reload.Ya the one on the left looks quite a bit out of whack as far as the fuel setting, should be around 87H and 38L there could be something else causing it to adjust itself this far out though. You could try doing a master reset and see what happens.